"'What are ye doing out here wi' wee Philip Wylie?' Jamie asked, picking his way through a flock of house slaves, who streamed past from the cookhouse with platters of food steaming alluringly under white napkins.
'Looking at his horses,' I said, putting a hand over my stomach in hopes of suppressing the resounding borborygmi occasioned by the sight of food." —Diana Gabaldon, The Fiery Cross (NY: Bantam Dell, 2001), 619
(n): a variety rumbling sounds produced in the digestive/intestinal tract by the movement of water, gas products of digestion, or the incomplete digestion due to intolerance of milk and dairy products, gluten, beans and legumes, grains, vegetables and other foods.