- (chiefly in depictions of African American Vernacular) fetch
- (chiefly in depictions of African American Vernacular) fetched
1936-1938, Work Projects Administration, Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States:
- My granmammy done hear me bawlin an go fotch me to my mammy's house.
1900, Louise Manly, Southern Literature From 1579-1895:
- Brer Rabbit come prancin' 'long twel he spy de Tar-Baby, en den he fotch up on his behine legs like he wuz 'stonished.