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Belly

On a ship or airplane, the place underneath the main deck where cargo can be stored. The belly is also called the pits or the holds.
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The caterpillar has a bellyache from all of the food he has eaten, but after eating the leaf, he gets stronger and later emerges as a beautiful butterfly.
If they choose to chow down on your grass, they get a nasty, but non-lethal, bellyache, and the color of the grass teaches them that this stuff is bad to eat.
'Bellyache about this government' New secretary of state Graziano Delrio this weekend said Italy would stay within the European Union's deficit ceiling of 3 percent of GDP, contradicting earlier comments by Renzi.
If you're thinking your child has a bad bellyache, call your own doctor for specific medical advice.
The biodiesel was produced using the oil of Jatropha curcas, an inedible flowering plant, referred to as the "bellyache bush" in some parts of the English-speaking Caribbean.
SCARLETS 17 NORTHAMPTON 29 STEPHEN MYLER kicked the Scarlets in the guts to ease the Saints' own bellyache.
Designed for military and police users, it's also ideal for backcountry hunters, boaters and anywhere you're "off the grid." The BTIK contains an impressive 101 items, to treat everything from blisters to bellyache and migraines to gunshot wounds, in a tough nylon case measuring just 2.5 x 6 x 8.5", weighing only 1 pound, 15 ounces.
It got a bellyache instead, It swallowed two burned out light bulbs tossed in the coop that must have smelled a lot like chicken eggs.
Their order was nothing to bellyache about, though, even though Michelle has made a mission of fighting childhood obesity, and Barack's doc told him to keep a wise eye on the cholesterol.
But it's obvious no one there has ever done so because such a person wouldn't bellyache about our combat operations.
17) seems timely: a new Grumman G-1 turbo-prop armed with cutting-edge transmission equipment has been tasked to orbit Cuban airspace around the clock, ensuring that Marti reaches viewers uncensored during Fidel's bellyache. Viva Cuba libre!
I suppose it's indelicate to bellyache that gay people are being mainstreamed just the way black people and Latin people have been: The conventional beauties make it to prime time; the "real people" don't even qualify for reality shows.