- paunch (referring euphemistically to a protrusive belly)
- (nautical) The lowest inner part of a ship's hull, where water accumulates.
buik (plural buiks)
- 1830, “The Aucht Years' Plea”, in The Glasgow University Album: A Selection of Original Pieces, page 168:
- His Lordship was lollin' in his easy chair afore the fire, tho' it was a fine June mornin'; and a puir, shrivelled, pock-pitted, black-coated chiel was reading to him frae some buik or ither.