belly

Belly vs Tammy - What's the difference?

belly | tammy |


As a noun belly

is the abdomen.

As a verb belly

is to position one's belly.

As a proper noun tammy is

a female given name popular in the 1960s and the 1970s.

Belly vs You - What's the difference?

belly | you |


As a noun belly

is the abdomen.

As a verb belly

is to position one's belly.

Belly vs Intestine - What's the difference?

belly | intestine |


As nouns the difference between belly and intestine

is that belly is the abdomen while intestine is (anatomy|often pluralized) the alimentary canal of an animal through which food passes after having passed all stomachs.

As a verb belly

is to position one's belly.

As an adjective intestine is

domestic; taking place within a given country or region.

Abdominal vs Belly - What's the difference?

abdominal | belly |


As nouns the difference between abdominal and belly

is that abdominal is (zoology|obsolete) a fish of the order abdominales while belly is the abdomen.

As an adjective abdominal

is of or pertaining to the abdomen; ventral .

As a verb belly is

to position one's belly.

Barrel vs Belly - What's the difference?

barrel | belly |


In lang=en terms the difference between barrel and belly

is that barrel is to move quickly or in an uncontrolled manner while belly is to cause to swell out; to fill.

As nouns the difference between barrel and belly

is that barrel is (countable) a round vessel or cask, of greater length than breadth, and bulging in the middle, made of staves bound with hoops, and having flat ends or heads sometimes applied to a similar cylindrical container made of metal, usually called a drum while belly is the abdomen.

As verbs the difference between barrel and belly

is that barrel is to put or to pack in a barrel or barrels while belly is to position one's belly.

Belly vs Tumi - What's the difference?

belly | tumi |


As nouns the difference between belly and tumi

is that belly is the abdomen while tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

As a verb belly

is to position one's belly.

Belly vs Tony - What's the difference?

belly | tony |


As nouns the difference between belly and tony

is that belly is the abdomen while tony is (archaic) a simpleton.

As a verb belly

is to position one's belly.

As an adjective tony is

stylish, high-toned, upscale.

Belly vs Recesses - What's the difference?

belly | recesses | Synonyms |

Belly is a synonym of recesses.


As nouns the difference between belly and recesses

is that belly is the abdomen while recesses is .

As verbs the difference between belly and recesses

is that belly is to position one's belly while recesses is (recess).

Potbelly vs Belly - What's the difference?

potbelly | belly |


As nouns the difference between potbelly and belly

is that potbelly is a large, swollen, or protruding abdomen; a paunch while belly is the abdomen.

As a verb belly is

to position one's belly.

Belly vs Abondemen - What's the difference?

belly | abondemen |

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