pouched

[ poucht ]
/ paʊtʃt /

adjective

having a pouch, as the pelicans, gophers, and marsupials.

Origin of pouched

First recorded in 1815–25; pouch + -ed3

Related forms

un·pouched, adjective

Definition for pouched (2 of 2)

pouch

[ pouch ]
/ paʊtʃ /

noun

verb (used with object)

verb (used without object)

to form a pouch or a cavity resembling a pouch.

Origin of pouch

1350–1400; Middle English pouche < Anglo-French, variant of Old French poche; also poke, poque bag. See poke2
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British Dictionary definitions for pouched (1 of 2)

pouched

/ (paʊtʃt) /

adjective

having a pouch or pouches

British Dictionary definitions for pouched (2 of 2)

pouch

/ (paʊtʃ) /

noun

verb

Derived Forms

pouchy, adjective

Word Origin for pouch

C14: from Old Norman French pouche, from Old French poche bag; see poke ²
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Medicine definitions for pouched

pouch

[ pouch ]

n.

A pocketlike space in the body.
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