noun, plural bor·bo·ryg·mi [bawr-buh-rig-mahy]. /ˌbɔr bəˈrɪg maɪ/. Physiology.
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Origin of borborygmus
Example sentences from the Web for borborygmus
If the abstinence is continued for two or three days he has borborygmi, occasionally tenesmus.The Fijians|Basil Thomson
Tympanites, borborygmi, and a sensation of fulness in the abdomen accompany the pain or may exist without it.
If the attack be wind colic, the abdomen is enlarged by tympanitic distension; borborygmi and belching occur.
The pain is accompanied by borborygmi, and is succeeded sooner or later by a desire to go to stool.
Borborygmi, the tension of the abdomen, pain, and sensibility to pressure are all intensified.