Buddha belly

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Etymology[edit]

From depictions of the potbellied Chinese folkloric deity Budai that are often mistakenly thought to represent the Gautama Buddha in the West.

Noun[edit]

Buddha belly (plural Buddha bellies)

  1. (informal) A round, protruding belly.

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