Jason Hendrik Hansma and Jo-ey Tang.
VERB (used with object)
1. to go and bring back; return with; get: to go to Belleville to fetch my unsold “painting.”
2. to cause to come; bring: to fetch an acupuncturist.
3. to sell for or bring (a price, financial return, etc.): the moment could/should not fetch financial amount.
4. Informal. to charm; captivate: their longing fetched the coldest hearts.
5. to take (a breath).
6. to utter (a sigh, groan, etc.).
7. to deal or deliver (a stroke, blow, etc.).
8. to perform or execute (a movement, step, leap, etc.).
9. Chiefly Nautical and British Dialect. to reach; arrive at: to fetch port.
10. Hunting. (of a dog) to retrieve (game).
1. The distance travelled by wind or waves across open water.
2. Archaic a stratagem or trick.
3. The apparition or double of a living person, formerly believed to be a warning of that person's impending death.