To eject wind from tummy through lips to eructate
- The work of belching also what is belched an eructation
- To eject or purge through the belly with violence to eruct
- become active and spew forth lava and stones
- expel fuel from belly
- a reflex that expels fuel noisily from stomach through lips
- To eject or provide through the stomach with assault; to eruct.
- To eject violently from within; to throw forth; to emit; to give vent to; to vent.
- To eject wind from the belly through the lips; to eructate.
- To issue with spasmodic force or noise.
- The act of belching; in addition, whatever is belched; an eructation.
- Malt alcohol; -- vulgarly so-called as causing eructation.
'Twelfth Night', also known as 'What You Will' Sir Toby Belch, uncle of Olivia.
Name Origin: Shakespearean
Name Gender: Male
Old English bealcan "bring up wind from the tummy," in addition "swell, heave," of echoic source (cognates: Dutch balken "to bray, shout"). Extended to volcanoes, cannons, etc. 1570s. Related: Belched; belching. As a noun, recorded from 1510s. It is recorded in 1706 as a slang noun indicating "poor beer."
(v. i.) To eject or throw up from belly with assault; to eruct.
- (v. i.) To eject violently from within; to throw forth; to emit; to give vent to; to vent.
- (v. i.) To eject wind from the stomach through lips; to eructate.
- (v. i.) To issue with spasmodic power or sound.
- (n.) The act of belching; in addition, that which is belched; an eructation.
- (letter.) Malt liquor; -- vulgarly so-called as causing eructation.
He started the Scout, and with a belch of smoke they began moving forward.