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45.
A olde worlde serving woman.
by pee wee April 23, 2003
 
1.
a dirty pirate hooker
Diana is a wench.......
by twainlono April 06, 2006
 
2.
A voluptuous female pirate type woman, usally with a firey attitude, and usually seen around taverns and bars, seaside fishing towns, and wherever pirates roam.
"Argg! That wench be as ugly as a fox!"

or

"I am a wench. Kiss me."
by Sara Raven May 24, 2004
 
3.
a beautiful women who engages particularly in duties concerning domestic affairs, kitchen cleaning, or ale serving

the object of a pirate's affection

usually found in sea faring ports, in the back of the kitchen scrubbing pots, passed out under a pirate ship's deck, or tending to the wash.
Yaaar!! Call over the tavern wench. Me ale bucket needs a filling. And while you're there, tell 'er that she should clean out the stain she left on my bed sheets last night. Arrrr!
by shawn April 08, 2005
 
4.
A stout, voluptuous maiden. Usually associated with the Rennaissance and taverns, where the wench is pictured as a bar-maid, boldly flirting with the swashbucklers and pirates.

Is a softer, less-offending version of bitch.

A mispronunciation of "wrench".
Misspelling in classifieds:

"FOR SALE: 8,500 pound power wench and a queen-size water bed."
by Lorelili March 23, 2005
 
5.
historically a non-derrogatory word for a woman who was not a lady. thus a waitress in times of yore was a "serving wench." more modernly synonimous with bitch or slut but slightly less ofencive
Call over the one of the kitchen wenches, i must needs have more ale.

Give that back you wench!
by captivus cruor February 20, 2005
 
6.
a slightly less offensive term similar in meaning to "bitch"
"your'e such a fucking wench"
by sholto bonham thomas February 27, 2004
 
7.
Peasant girl. Can also be used as a slightly and less aggresive version of bitch.
"That wench ate my waffles."
"You wench!"
by Kyou January 25, 2005