Pronunciation: (u-päsh', u-pash'; Fr. a-pash'),[key] —n., —pl.a•pachesPronunciation: (u-pä'shiz, u-pash'iz; Fr. a-pash').[key] a Parisian gangster, rowdy, or ruffian.
Pronunciation: (u-pach'ē),[key] —n., —pl.A•pach•es,(esp. collectively)A•pach•e. 1. a member of an Athabaskan people of the southwestern U.S.
2. any of the several Athabaskan languages of Arizona and the Rio Grande basin.
3. Mil.a two-man U.S. Army helicopter designed to attack enemy armor with rockets or a 30mm gun and equipped for use in bad weather and in darkness.