stomachache

[stuhm-uhk-eyk]
noun
pain in the stomach or abdomen; colic.
Also, stomach ache.


Origin:
1755–65; stomach + ache

stomach-achy, adjective
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stomachache (ˈstʌməkˌeɪk)
 
n
Technical name: gastralgia, stomach upset, Also called: upset stomach pain in the stomach or abdominal region, as from acute indigestion

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stomachache stom·ach·ache (stŭm'ək-āk')
n.
Pain in the stomach or abdomen.

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Add them up and you get instinct: a doctor's sense that a patient's stomachache
  might really be appendicitis, for example.
Gu appears calm as she works, though she admits she sometimes gets a
  stomachache before undertaking a really big repair.
It doesn't help that they invariably give me a stomachache.
Indians boiled the strong leaves for food and as a stomachache remedy.
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