adjectivedialect British, Welsh
Filled out, stout, plump.
Mid 19th century. Probably originally a variant of plum.
1To swell or grow plump; to fill out or up.
2To swell or inflate; to fill (something) up.
Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Edmund Gayton (1608–1666), physician and hack writer. Probably originally a variant of plum.