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From Middle English lich, from Old English l??, from Proto-Germanic *l?k?, from Proto-Indo-European *l?g-. Cognate with Dutch lijk, German Leiche, Norwegian lik, Swedish lik, Danish lig.
lich (plural liches)
- (archaic) A corpse or dead body. [from 9th c.]
- (fantasy, roleplay) A reanimated corpse or undead being, particularly a still-intelligent undead spellcaster.
From Middle English l?ke, l?ch (“like”); see like and -like for more. Compare -ly.