Definition of maunch. Meaning of maunch. Synonyms of maunch

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Definition of maunch

maunch
Munch Munch, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Munched; p. pr. & vb. n. Munching.] [Prob. akin to mumble: cf. also F. manger to eat (cf. Mange), and m[^a]cher to cher (cf. Masticate). See Mumble.] To chew with a grinding, crunching sound, as a beast chews provender; to chew deliberately or in large mouthfuls. [Formerly written also maunch and mounch.] I could munch your good dry oats. --Shak.
Maunch
Maunch Maunch, v. t. To munch. [Obs.]
Maunch
Maunch Maunch, n. See Manche.
maunch
Manche Manche, n. [Also maunch.] [F. manche, fr. L. manica. See Manacle.] A sleeve. [Obs.]

Meaning of maunch from wikipedia

- A maunch (from the French manche "sleeve") is a heraldic charge representing a detachable lady's sleeve with a wide pendulous cuff, as was fashionable...
- Statue of Lenin at Dubna Khimki railway bridge Khimkinsky bridge,Moscow Maunch, C Zeller, T (2008) Rivers in History: Perspectives on Waterways in Europe...
- called, from the Gaelic, a lymphad. Also frequent are anchors and oars. The maunch is a 12th-century lady's sleeve style. Its use in heraldry arose from the...
- Earldom of Huntingdon Arms of Hastings: Argent, a maunch sable Creation date 1065 (first creation) 1529 (current creation) Monarch Edward the Confessor...
- enflamed Proper a rod of Aesculapius Or. Escutcheon Per pale Or and Azure a maunch counterchanged on a chief of the first a lion p****ant also Azure. Supporters...
- his deceased cousin the Earl of Pembroke: Quarterly, 1st and 4th: Or, a maunch gules (Hastings); 2nd and 3rd: Barry of argent and azure, an orle of martlets...
- piles conjoined in point counter-changed, the centre pile charged with a maunch (mauche) and the other two with p****ion crosses Or. Motto Deo Volente ("God...
- chain or a roundel; the dexter ermine and the sinister or, charged with a maunch also gules. The motto was "Do well and doubt not". Wells, John C. (2008)...
- Arms of Henry de Hastings: Or, a maunch gules, from the Collins Roll, also appears in Glover's Roll, B150; The Camden Roll, D139 & Charles' Roll, F77...
- Arms of Hugh Hastings: Quarterly 1st and 4th: Or, a maunch gules, a label of three argent (Hastings of Elsing); 2nd and 3rd: Gules, a bend argent (Foliot)...