The act or process of ruminating, or chewing the cud; the habit of chewing the cud.
The regurgitation of food from the stomach after it has been swallowed, -- occasionally observed as a morbid phenomenon in man.
The regurgitation of undigested food and chewing it a second time, after which it is again swallowed.
The process in ruminants where a cud or bolus of rumen contents is regurgitated, remasticated and reswallowed for further digestion.
the process of digestion of ruminants, whereby the animal swallows food quickly, and then regurgitates and chews it more thoroughly at a later time until digestion is completed (Morris 1992).
The apparently voluntary regurgitation, chewing, and reswallowing of food.
(of ruminants) chewing (the cud); "ruminants have remarkable powers of rumination"
regurgitation of small amounts of food; seen in some infants after feeding
Voluntary regurgitation, chewing, and re-swallowing of food.
The process of regurgitating food to be rechewed.
Rumination is an eating disorder characterized by having the contents of the stomach drawn back up into the mouth, chewed for a second time, and swallowed again.