What does Belly mean?

Belly meaning in General Dictionary

To enlarge and start to become protuberant just like the belly to bulge

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  • To cause to enlarge off to fill
  • That area of the human body which stretches downward through the breast into the upper thighs possesses the bowels or intestines the stomach
  • a part that bulges deeply
  • swell out or bulge aside
  • the region of this human anatomy of a vertebrate between the thorax additionally the pelvis
  • the hollow within some thing
  • a protruding stomach
  • the underpart of this human anatomy of certain vertebrates particularly snakes or seafood
  • That the main human anatomy which expands downward through the breast into thighs, and possesses the bowels, or intestines; the abdomen.
  • The under the main human anatomy of animals, corresponding towards human stomach.
  • The uterus.
  • The part of any such thing which resembles the person belly in protuberance or perhaps in cavity; the innermost component; because, the stomach of a flask, muscle mass, sail, ship.
  • The hollow section of a curved or bent timber, the convex component which may be the straight back.
  • resulting in to enlarge out; to fill.
  • To enlarge and become protuberant, just like the belly; to bulge.

Belly meaning in Medical Dictionary

That the main body which contains every one of the structures between your chest and the pelvis. Also referred to as the stomach.


Belly meaning in Etymology Dictionary

Old English belg, bylig (West Saxon), b

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  • "to enlarge on," 1620s, from belly (letter.). Related: Bellied; bellying. Old English belgan meant "becoming or be upset" (a figurative good sense). A comparable Greek verb-from-noun, gastrizein, suggested "to hit (someone) into the stomach."

Belly meaning in Sports Dictionary

the word explaining the inner side of the bow. (recreation: Archery)

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  • A convex bottom contour. (recreation: browsing)

Belly meaning in General Dictionary

(letter.) That area of the body which runs downward from breast on legs, possesses the bowels, or intestines; the stomach.

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  • (n.) The under part of the body of animals, corresponding into the peoples stomach.
  • (n.) The womb.
  • (letter.) The section of such a thing which resembles the real human stomach in protuberance or in hole; the innermost part; because, the belly of a flask, muscle mass, sail, ship.
  • (letter.) The hollow element of a curved or curved timber, the convex section of the back.
  • (v. t.) Resulting in to enlarge out; to fill.
  • (v. i.) To enlarge and become protuberant, just like the belly; to bulge.

Sentence Examples with the word Belly

Neck carrying a long, lean, clean head covered with white, hard, but not wiry hair, free from wool, long highset ears and a black muzzle; back broad and muscular, belly well covered with wool; legs clean, and a fleece of long white wavy wool, arranged in characteristic locks or pirls.

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