bellyache

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bel·ly·ache

(bel'ē-āk'),
Colloquialism for abdominal pain, usually colicky.

bellyache

(bĕl′ē-āk′)
n.
Pain in the stomach or abdomen; colic.

bel′ly·ach′er n.

bellyache

noun A popular term for stomach ache.

verb To complain; whinge.
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