Meaning of sekach in English:

sekach

(also sekatch, sikatch)

Pronunciation /ˈsiːkatʃ/ /ˈsɪkatʃ/

noun

rare
  • The mature full-grown male of the northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Henry Wood Elliott (1846–1930). From Russian sekač (plural sekači) a fully grown male of the northern fur seal or Steller sea lion (1865 or earlier in this sense; also large knife, axe, woodcutter (all already in Old Russian), male animal, especially wild boar) from seč′ to cut + -ač, suffix forming agent nouns.