paunch (plural paunches)
- The first compartment of the stomach of a ruminant, the rumen.
- The belly of a human, especially a large, fat protruding one.
- (nautical) A paunch mat.
- The thickened rim of a bell, struck by the clapper.
- (protruding belly) See also Thesaurus:paunch.
- French: bedaine, panse
- German: Wampe, Plauze, Wanst
- Italian: pancia, pancione, buzzo, trippa
- Portuguese: pança
- Russian: брю́хо
- Spanish: panza, barriga, guata
paunch (paunches, present participle paunching; past and past participle paunched)
- To remove the internal organs of a ruminant, prior to eating.
- Russian: потроши́ть