- stomach: The baby had a pain in his tummy.
Origin of tummy
Examples from the Web for tummy
The goal came off his tummy inside the Portuguese box, an apt way to score for a very gutsy player.Team USA 2, Portugal 2: Seconds Away From World Cup Glory
June 23, 2014
“I made a promise to my children when they were in my tummy that there is no way I could ever, ever, ever go back,” she had said.Jenna Jameson Breaks Her Vow
November 18, 2013
Turns out a tummy may be more than just an obstacle to skinny jeans: Abdominal fat speeds up cellular aging.The New Science of Reverse Aging
November 7, 2010
She gave me a small pillow and instructed me to put it between my tummy and the seatbelt.You're Pregnant, Have a Drink
October 6, 2010
In fact, I thought my tummy looked kind of cute, and my ass felt—I never thought I'd use this word—perky.Does Sexercise Work?
May 26, 2010
But, with him howling about this awful pain in his tummy, what else could I do?The House of Torchy
There is nothing like starting the day with something in your tummy.The Comings of Cousin Ann
Emma Speed Sampson
I do hope he took the pennies I gave him to some place where he could fill his little "tummy."Diplomatic Days
But they hauled him off to the hospital last night with a bad pain in his tummy.Ghost Beyond the Gate
Mildred A. Wirt
But his hearer did not want philosophy; he wanted his tummy rubbed.Men, Women and Guns
H. C. (Herman Cyril) McNeile
- an informal or childish word for stomach
Word Origin and History for tummy
1867, infantile for stomach. Tummy-ache is attested from 1874.