Monchen

v. to munch, (n), mounch, munche, ; maunche, ; manche, mounchynge, pr. p. Comb.: mounch-present, maunche-present, ; mawnche-presande, sycophant manch-present, dorophagus, (n)Etymology: Probably a variety of Middle English maungen; Old French manger. For che = ge cp. Middle English charche; Old French charche = charge (see ), also F. revancher = Old French revenger (SkD).