Old English fecc(e)an, variant of fetian, probably related to fatian 'grasp', of Germanic origin and related to German fassen
late 17th cent.: of unknown origin
Sylvia fetched a towel from the bathroom...
Fetch me a glass of water...
The caddie ran over to fetch something for him.
The painting is expected to fetch between two and three million pounds.
I helped out in the tents fetching and carrying.