Origin of burpechoic
A mother tries to get her baby to burp.
- The definition of a burp is a noisy release of gas through the mouth.
An example of a burp is the noise people make after drinking a carbonated soda.
- Burp means to noisily release air through the mouth.
An example of burp is when a person expels gas from their mouth after drinking a carbonated drink.
- A belch.
- A brief sharp sound: the burp of antiaircraft fire.
verbburped, burp·ing, burps
- To belch.
- To make brief sharp sounds: “Radio noises burped from the front of the cabin” ( Jonathan Kellerman )
Origin of burpImitative
- A belch.
- A belch is generally considered to be louder than a burp
(third-person singular simple present burps, present participle burping, simple past and past participle burped)
- (intransitive) To emit a burp.
- To cause someone (such as a baby) to burp.
Originally from American English, of imitative origin.
- Every baby needs bibs and burp cloths, so if you're not sure of the philosophy of the mother on bottles and pacifiers, skip these items and go for a few cute bibs and cloths; it's impossible to have too many of these!
- If you know the mother-to-be plans on natural breastfeeding, create a gift basket that contains a breast pump, burp towels, lanolin cream, personalized bibs and a doughnut-shaped nursing pillow with a cover.
- Seamstresses can make baby clothing; knitters can create hats, mittens, socks, and booties; and those with basic needle and thread skills can put together bibs and burp clothes for pennies on the dollar.
- In addition to being the richest and most bioavailable source of Omega 3s, krill oil will not cause any of the side effects associated with fish oil such as fish burp, gas or fish breath.
- You can also buy a receiving blanket gift set, which includes a double-layered blanket, matching burp cloth and matching washcloth, all of which can be embroidered with the baby's name.