I don't see why not. They all seem to indicate a kind of 'bulky weight' in the lower (human) body. I add the 'human' in brackets, as they could just as equally apply to animal pregnancies (and animal 'largeness').
However, can you spot the ONLY one in that list which applies ONLY to females (human or animal) - and what the male equivalent should be?
Incidentally, there's the interesting calque with French of 'pleine' ( i.e. 'llawn' - both words are derived from Latin 'plenus') which applies only to animals. Note therefore if you have had sufficient at a French dinner table do NOT (as my uncle did on one occasion) state that, 'je suis pleine'. Cue much mirth amongst the French (agricultural) hosts!