Meaning of rache in English:

rache

Pronunciation /ratʃ/

noun

(also ratch)
historical
  • A hunting dog which pursues its prey by scent.

    In later use chiefly Scottish.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Cleopatra Glossary. Cognate with Old Icelandic rakki, Norwegian rakke, Old Swedish rakke (Swedish racka), Old Danish rakkae (Danish rakke) dog, and further with the derivatives Dutch rekel, Middle Low German rēkel dog, further etymology uncertain and disputed: perhaps further related to rake.