odyn-, odyno-, -odynia, -odynic,-odyne, -odyn, -dyne, -dynia +

(Greek: οδυνη, pain)

Usually limited to medical terms. Original meaning is literally "that which eats or consumes".

A term for a pain in the diaphragm.
didymalgia, didymodynia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Pain in a testicle: A didymalgia can be caused by an infection, an injury, or by a build-up of fluid, or cyst.
dorsodynia (s) (noun), dorsodynias (pl)
Pain in the upper back.
Pain in the head; head ache; "headache of intracranial origin".
Pain in the intestines or colic pain.
epidemic pleurodynia
An acute infectious disease usually occurring in epidemic form, characterized by paroxysms (fit or violent attack) of pain, usually in the chest.
Pain in the esophagus (musculomembranous passage extending from the pharynx to the stomach).
essential vulvodynia
1. A chronic, diffuse, unremitting sensation of burning of the vulva (the female external genital organs including the labia, clitoris, and entrance to the vagina); a painful sensation which may extend to the perineum, thigh, or buttock and is often associated with discomfort in the urethra and rectum.
2. Painful vulva.
A stomach pain or ache.
Periodic attacks of pain in the stomach.
glossodynia (s) (noun), glossodynias (pl)
1. A pain in the tongue or a painful tongue.
2. Paresthesia (numbness, tingling, stinging, burning) marked by a burning sensation of the tongue.
A reference to a pain in the jaw.
Pain in the liver.
Pain in the uterus.
Pain in the groin.

Cross references related to "pain, hurt; suffering, injury" word families: -agra; algesi-; algo-; angina-; dolor-; Masochism; noci-; poen-; pono- (toil, work; pain); Sadism.