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1. Pain induced by objects having a symbolic meaning or significance.
2. A rare type of psychogenic pain disorder in which pain appears on contact with a substance that has some special significance for the subject; such as certain metals, liquids, or textures.
3. A hysterical state wherein pain is induced by contact with a harmless object that has symbolic significance for the patient.
4. Etymology: New Latin from Greek haphe, "touch" + algesia, "pain".