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colic British & World English

Severe pain in the abdomen caused by wind or obstruction in the intestines and suffered especially by babies

renal colic British & World English

Very severe colicky pain caused by the movement of a stone (or, rarely, other material) in the pelvis of the kidney or in the ureter.

colic root British & World English

A North American plant of the lily family, with a rosette of leaves and a spike of small goblet-shaped white flowers, formerly used in the treatment of colic

painter's colic British & World English

Mercury or (especially) lead poisoning caused by handling toxic pigments.