Origin of colic
Related formscol·ick·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for colicky
The maids polish the silver, quiet the colicky infants, and iron dresses with 65 pleats on the waist.
Colicky pains occur, and in a case cited it was at one time very severe, at another only slight.
These are rarely found in the horse, but may occupy the hepatic ducts, giving rise to jaundice and to colicky pains.
Colicky symptoms, of course, are present, which vary much and present no diagnostic value.