odynophagous, odynophage, odynophagy
Pain when swallowing (eating).
Deriving sexual pleasure from pain; masochism.
An abnormal dread of pain.
A pain when using the voice.
Pain while urinating.
Pain in the oesophagus (long hollow muscular tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach)
Pain in the shoulder.
1. Dreaming about painful situations; nightmares.
2. Troubled sleep involving nightmares and perhaps sleepwalking.
One of the four great divisions of insanity recognized by William Cullen (1710-1790), a Scottish physician who emphasized the endogenous nature of mental disorders and their relationship to irritability of the nervous system.
The four divisions of insanity include amentia, melancholia, mania, and oneirodynia (somnambulism and nightmare).
Pain in the eye or eyes.
Pain in the testes.
Pain in a bone or bones.
Pain in the ear or an earache.
Pain in the penis.
1. Pain caused by intense light.
2. Ocular pain caused by light; photalgia.
Cross references related to "pain, hurt; suffering, injury" word families:
pono- (toil, work; pain);