noun, plural bor·bo·ryg·mi [bawr-buh-rig-mahy] /ˌbɔr bəˈrɪg maɪ/. Physiology.
Origin of borborygmus
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Historical Examples of borborygmi
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.
If the abstinence is continued for two or three days he has borborygmi, occasionally tenesmus.The Fijians
noun plural -mi (-maɪ)
Word Origin for borborygmus
also borborygmus, 17c., from Latin borborigmus, from Greek borborygmos, from borboryzein "to have a rumbling in the bowels," imitative.