A style of decorative art and design in which ordinary objects with vintage appeal, "old-fashioned" characteristics or banal usefulness feature prominently. Clutter, trite sayings, kitchen utensils and homey objects appeal as "kitchy".
dish towels embroidered with the days of the week, hand-painted or decopage wooden boxes, aprons, cutsie baby figurines
by Mars mom May 2, 2005
Some questions to ask yourself when wondering if something is kitch are:
"Is it tacky?"
"Does it serve any practical purpose?" and finally
"Does it devalue someone or something that is extremely famous or valued?"
If the answers to these questions are: "yes, no, yes," then it is probably kitch.
Kitch would be like a loin cloth with Barack Obama's face on it (a souvenir my friend received from Africa). Some other examples would be: a bobble-head Mono Lisa, a velvet coloring page of Elvis Presley, or a tea set with the Twighlight characters on it. They don't have to encompass something famous but they often times do. Those paintings with the fairies or dolphins amid a glowing sunset are kitch, and so are spoons made out of antlers.
by usu girl November 5, 2011
to vomit (puke) uncontroably & quite suddenly
"Kitchen just Kitched"
"thanks for the cone #BLEAH# Whoa, I just Kitched"
"Did you see him kitch all over himself?"
by jonessc September 9, 2007
Used as both an adjective and noun to describe a shorter, beautiful, and kind-hearted girl with notably fantastic boobs and a butt to match. A kind and kinky bitch.
Yo babe, check it out; that kitch is kitch! I want you to suck on her nipples while I eat her out!
by BeenFlicking May 5, 2016
really really cool
cooler than cool
cooler than ANYTHING!
That Death Cab concert was kitch. I loved when everyone was crowd surfing.
by Shirley Temple May 16, 2007
Compound of "killer" and "itch", referring to intense itchiness, especially genital, especially in females.

Supports use of the term, kitchener
Oh my, this kitch is driving me INSANE!
by MiltonS March 12, 2010