of the figure, limbs, etc.: fat and squat ...1834 rare
from fubsy (adj. fat and squat) + -ic + -al
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1834 - see EXAMPLE below
"...About a year or two ago he bore off a wealthy Brazilian heiress, and is now master of a large estate and a fubsical, squat wife, with a head not unlike that of Holofernes in old tapestry, and shoulders that act the part of a platter with rather too much exactitude..."
From: Italy; With Sketches Of Spain And Portugal.
By The Author Of "Vathek."
- William Beckford