NounStomach (plural Stomachs)
- An organ in animals that stores food in the process of digestion.
- (informal) The belly.
- (obsolete) Pride, haughtiness.
- (obsolete) Appetite.
- (figuratively) Desire, appetite (for something abstract).
- (transitive) To be able to tolerate (something), emotionally, physically, or mentally; to be able to stand or handle something.
Adjectives for Stomach
tripartite; grateful; excellent; heroic; distended; empty; lean; outraged; unbounded; queasy; nervous; upset; hollow; bulging; protruding.
Verbs for Stomach
abuse—; alkalize—; constrict—; cramp——; derange—; dilate—; displace—; distend—; drain—; empty—; flood—; incise—; irritate—; knead—; lodge in—; of¬fend—; overload—; pump from—; purge—; reduce—; remove from—; scald—; sour—; strangulate—; turn—; upset—; wash out—; —assimilates; —converts; —distresses; —excretes; —falls; —houses ; —prolapses; —protests; —reduces; —regurgitates; —retains; —revolts; —shrinks; —turns.
innards, inner mechanism, insides, internals, intestine, inwards, jejunum, kidney, kidneys, kishkes, large intestine, liver, liver and lights, longing, lung, manyplies, marrow, maw, midgut, midriff, need, omasum, overlook, palate, paunch, perineum, pocket, pocket the affront, polydipsia, pot, potbelly, potgut, psalterium, pump, pusgut, put up with, pylorus, rectum, relish, rennet bag, reticulum, rumen, salt, sapidity, sapor, savor, savoriness, second stomach, smack, small intestine, sour, spare tire, spleen, stand, stand for, stick, suffer, swagbelly, swallow, swallow an insult, sweet, sweet tooth, sweetbread, take, tang, tapeworm, taste, third stomach, thirst, thirstiness, ticker, tolerance, tolerate, tongue, tooth, torment of Tantalus, tripe, tripes, tum-tum, tummy, turn aside provocation, underbelly, venter, ventripotence, vermiform appendix, viscera, vitals, wink at, works, yearning, abatis, abdomen, abide, abomasum, accept, aftertaste, anus, appendix, appetite, bay window, bear, bear with, beard, beerbelly, belly, bitter, blind gut, blink at, bowels, brain, brains, breadbasket, brook, canine appetite, cecum, chitterlings, cockscomb, colon, condone, connive at, corporation, countenance, craving, craw, crop, desire, diaphragm, digest, disregard, down, drought, dryness, duodenum, eat, embonpoint, emptiness, empty stomach, endocardium, endure, entrails, first stomach, flavor, foregut, giblets, gizzard, go, gullet, gust, gut, guts, hankering, haslet, have, hear of, heart, hindgut, hollow hunger, honeycomb stomach, hunger, hungriness, ignore, inclination, indulge,
From Middle English stomak from Old French estomac < Latin stomachus <Ancient Greek στόμαχος (stomakhos) from στόμα (stoma, “mouth”). Displaced native Middle English mawe (“stomach, maw”) (from Old English maga), Middle English bouk, buc (“belly, stomach”) (from Old English buc (“belly, stomach”), see bucket).