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abdomen

2009.03.22

Kép Ha a hasról szeretnénk beszélni, két szavuk van abdomen (ab) vagy a belly. Mind a kettő jó, de ahétköznapi nyelvben inkább a belly jön el. És inkább abdominal pain van min belly pain. Az utóbbit is mondják de...  a pot belly a pocak, de belly a szlengben kövérembert is jelent  a bellyache - inkább stomach ache

Akkor lássuk:

Abdomen = has / potroh [ ábdəmən

1. body section containing stomachthe part of the body of a vertebrate (gerinces) that contains the stomach, intestines (belek), and other organs. In mammals (emlős) it is situated between the pelvis (medence)  and the thorax (melkas).

2. belly: the surface of the body of a vertebrate around the stomach

3. insects rear (riö = hátsó) part of insectthe elongated portion of the body of an arthropod, located behind the thorax. It is usually segmented.

Belly = has

Az abdomen a biolódga has, hétköznapi nyelvben a belly használatos. Olyanannyira , hogy a szlegben a njagyon mély behatolsánál is használjájk.

Deep Sex, when a man puts his penis so far into a womans vagina it hits her belly.
Ahh I put it up in Tina's Belly last night

beszélünk flat belly-ről is, belly dancing, belly punch -ról is

és pot belly -ról is : how to reduce pot belly

és belly laugh -ról ne is beszéljünk.

 De nézzük:

middle part of body: the part of the body of a vertebrate that contains the stomach, intestines, and other organs

front of body around stomachthe surface of the body of a vertebrate around the stomach

stomachthe stomach ( informal )

appetite: the desire or need for food and drink

bulging parta part of something that bulges out, e.g. a sail

 interior cavity: the interior cavity of a structure, especially a ship

music upper surface of stringed instrumentthe top or front surface of the body of a stringed instrument, over which the strings are stretched

bulgeto bulge or make something bulge
The wind bellied out the sail.


[ Old English belig "bag" < Indo-European, "to swell"]

go or turn belly up to go bankrupt, fail, or fall through

belly up to

move close to somethingto move close to or stand next to something against which you can lean or press ( informal )

Még két érdkesség: belly words: WAfrikába lelkimélységű szívből jövő szavak, mert ott lélek nem a szívben, hanem a hasban van. A másik furcsaság a belly boat = fura nűanyag horgász csónak, inkább egyfajta úszóöv.

Stomach = gyomor 

A stomach igazából gyomrot jelent. Igaz, has értelemben is használják.

[14th century. Via French and Latin< Greek stomakhos "throat, gullet = garat" < stoma "mouth"

A stoma szó szájat is jelent

érdekesség, hogy a gyomorégés heartburn

 

 
stom·ach [ stúmmək ]


noun  (plural stom·achs)
 
Definition:
 
1. vertebrates' digestive organ: an organ resembling a sac in which food is mixed and partially digested. It forms part of the digestive tract of vertebrates and is situated between the esophagus and the small intestine.
2. abdomenthe abdomen of a vertebrate ( not used technically )
3. compartment of animal's stomacha digestive chamber in the four-part stomach of ruminant animals ( not used technically )
4. invertebrates' digestive organa digestive organ in some invertebrate animals in which food is mixed, stored, and partially digested
5. seat of unpleasant feelings: the part of the body in which disgust, nausea, and fear are experienced
The very idea makes me sick to my stomach.
6. resistance to unpleasantness: the ability to withstand disgust, nausea, or fear
This is not a job for someone with a weak stomach.
7. willingness to do something: an appetite or willingness to do something or tolerate something
no stomach for a fight


transitive verb  (past and past participle stom·ached, present participle stom·ach·ing, 3rd person present singular stom·achs)
 
Definition:
 
tolerate something: to put up with something
I find their gloating hard to stomach.

[14th century. Via French and Latin< Greek stomakhos "throat, gullet" < stoma "mouth"]

és végül heartburn = gyomorégés pyrosis (pájrosziz)

unpleasant sensation in chest: an uncomfortable burning sensation in the lower chest, usually caused by stomach acid flowing back into the lower end of the esophagus.
Technical name  cardialgia (sense 1) pyrosis
[<heart in the obsolete sense "stomach"]
 

Heartburn or pyrosis is a painful and burning sensation in the esophagus, just below the breastbone usually associated with regurgitation of gastric acid.[1] The pain often rises in the chest and may radiate to the neck, throat, or angle of the jaw. Heartburn is also identified as one of the causes of chronic cough, and may even mimic asthma. Despite its name, heartburn actually has nothing to do with the heart. It is so called because of a burning sensation of the breastbone where the heart is located although some heart problems do have a similar sensation to heartburn. Compounding the confusion is the fact that hydrochloric acid from the stomach comes back up the esophagus because of a problem with the cardiac sphincter, a valve which misleadingly contains the word "cardiac," referring to the cardia as part of the stomach and not, as might be thought, to the heart.

 

 

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