(plural pendulous abdomens)
From Latin pendulus (“pendant”), from pendō (“to hang down”) + Borrowing from Middle French abdomen, borrowing from Latin abdomen, possibly from abdō (“conceal”), from ab (“away”) + dere (“to put, place”).
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