corpulent, adj., & rubicund, adj.
2. Large or bulky of body; fleshy, fat.
Etymology: < French corpulent, < Latin corpulent-us , < corpus body: see -ulent suffix.
1. Of a thing: reddish in colour, tending to redness; red.
2. a. Of the face, complexion, etc.: reddish, flushed, highly coloured, esp. as the result of overindulgence in food and drink.
Etymology: < classical Latin rubicundus ruddy, flushed, reddish, red, either < rubēre to be red (see rubent adj.) + -cundus (in e.g. secundus second adj.) or < rubibundus (recorded in post-classical Latin (6th cent. in a grammarian) as a rejected form; < rubēre + -bundus , suffix forming verbal adjectives), with dissimilation of -b- . Compare Middle French, French rubicond (c1400 in sense 1, 1640 in sense 2; rare before the 17th cent.), Spanish rubicundo(first half of the 15th cent.), Portuguese rubicundo (16th cent.), Italian rubicondo(1308).
“Boy, we used to have fun in that fraternity house,” he recalled peacefully, his corpulent cheeks aglow with the jovial, rubicund warmth of nostalgic recollection. (Heller, Catch 22, p.241)