- Latin ēructātus, from the verb ēructō. (Wiktionary)
“Specially bois but there is some girls whut can eructate wif teh best of them.”
“Mohammed, who liked sneezing because accompanied by lightness of body and openness of pores, said of it, “If a man sneeze or eructate and say ‘Alhamdolillah’ he averts seventy diseases of which the least is leprosy””
“Nigel, are you my husband? nah, now I come to think about it, he would never know the word “eructate”.”
“Mohammed, who liked sneezing because accompanied by lightness of body and openness of pores, said of it, "If a man sneeze or eructate and say 'Alhamdolillah' he averts seventy diseases of which the least is leprosy" (Juzám); also "If one of you sneeze, let him exclaim, 'Alhamdolillah,' and let those around salute him in return with, 'Allah have mercy upon thee!' and lastly let him say, 'Allah direct you and strengthen your condition."”
“He does not eructate, he does not slobber, he does not show his fist.”
“*ponderz* *runz ober to Google an findz “eructate – To eject, as wind, from the stomach”*”
“Most of the bodily functions can be described by words suited to polite society or physiological terminology: for example, eructate, masticate, sternutate, micturate, defaecate”
“Patients don't belch (they eructate), fart (they pass flatus), or bleed to death (they exsanguinate).”
“Or, Eryngo has been derived from the Greek _eruggarein_, to eructate, because the plant is, according to herbalists, a specific against belching).”
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