the term flitch refers to a section of wood that is cut from a log in one piece. It typically includes the entire width and length of the log, and may be used for creating larger pieces of furniture or joined together to make tabletops, cabinets, or other similar items. The term flitch is also used to describe the process of cutting the log in such a way. Part of a log that is sawed into veneers. The bundle of consecutive sheets of veneers when cut.