|1.||(usually intr) to expel wind from the stomach noisily through the mouth; eructate|
|2.||to expel or be expelled forcefully from inside: smoke belching from factory chimneys|
|3.||to say (curses, insults, etc) violently or bitterly|
|4.||an act of belching; eructation|
|[Old English bialcan; related to Middle Low German belken to shout, Dutch balken to bray]|
v. belched, belch·ing, belch·es
To expel stomach gas noisily through the mouth; burp.