English

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Etymology

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From New Latin analgēsia, from Ancient Greek ἀναλγησίᾱ (analgēsíā, want of feeling, insensibility), from ἀνάλγητος (análgētos), from ἀν- (an-, not) + ἀλγέω (algéō, feel bodily pain, suffer) + -τος (-tos, adjectival suffix).

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Noun

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analgesia (countable and uncountable, plural analgesias)

  1. (medicine) The inability to feel pain.
    Synonym: analgia
    epidural analgesia
  2. (pharmacology) An analgesic (medication that acts to relieve pain).
    apply an analgesia
    be under analgesia
    light analgesia
    She was able to take analgesia orally.
    • 1988 December 19, William Styron, “Why Primo Levi Need Not Have Died”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN:
      Most physical distress yields to some analgesia—not so depression.

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Analgesia (feeling no pain) is inherently related to anesthesia (feeling no stimulus at all, or almost none), and accordingly, the drug classes of analgesics and anesthetics overlap, with some shared members, although most pain relievers preserve sensation.

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Finnish

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Etymology

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Internationalism (see English analgesia), ultimately from Ancient Greek ἀναλγησία (analgēsía).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈɑnɑlɡesiɑ/, [ˈɑ̝nɑ̝lˌɡe̞s̠iɑ̝]
  • Rhymes: -esiɑ
  • Syllabification(key): a‧nal‧ge‧si‧a

Noun

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analgesia

  1. analgesia

Declension

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Inflection of analgesia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative analgesia analgesiat
genitive analgesian analgesioiden
analgesioitten
partitive analgesiaa analgesioita
illative analgesiaan analgesioihin
singular plural
nominative analgesia analgesiat
accusative nom. analgesia analgesiat
gen. analgesian
genitive analgesian analgesioiden
analgesioitten
analgesiain rare
partitive analgesiaa analgesioita
inessive analgesiassa analgesioissa
elative analgesiasta analgesioista
illative analgesiaan analgesioihin
adessive analgesialla analgesioilla
ablative analgesialta analgesioilta
allative analgesialle analgesioille
essive analgesiana analgesioina
translative analgesiaksi analgesioiksi
abessive analgesiatta analgesioitta
instructive analgesioin
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of analgesia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative analgesiani analgesiani
accusative nom. analgesiani analgesiani
gen. analgesiani
genitive analgesiani analgesioideni
analgesioitteni
analgesiaini rare
partitive analgesiaani analgesioitani
inessive analgesiassani analgesioissani
elative analgesiastani analgesioistani
illative analgesiaani analgesioihini
adessive analgesiallani analgesioillani
ablative analgesialtani analgesioiltani
allative analgesialleni analgesioilleni
essive analgesianani analgesioinani
translative analgesiakseni analgesioikseni
abessive analgesiattani analgesioittani
instructive
comitative analgesioineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative analgesiasi analgesiasi
accusative nom. analgesiasi analgesiasi
gen. analgesiasi
genitive analgesiasi analgesioidesi
analgesioittesi
analgesiaisi rare
partitive analgesiaasi analgesioitasi
inessive analgesiassasi analgesioissasi
elative analgesiastasi analgesioistasi
illative analgesiaasi analgesioihisi
adessive analgesiallasi analgesioillasi
ablative analgesialtasi analgesioiltasi
allative analgesiallesi analgesioillesi
essive analgesianasi analgesioinasi
translative analgesiaksesi analgesioiksesi
abessive analgesiattasi analgesioittasi
instructive
comitative analgesioinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative analgesiamme analgesiamme
accusative nom. analgesiamme analgesiamme
gen. analgesiamme
genitive analgesiamme analgesioidemme
analgesioittemme
analgesiaimme rare
partitive analgesiaamme analgesioitamme
inessive analgesiassamme analgesioissamme
elative analgesiastamme analgesioistamme
illative analgesiaamme analgesioihimme
adessive analgesiallamme analgesioillamme
ablative analgesialtamme analgesioiltamme
allative analgesiallemme analgesioillemme
essive analgesianamme analgesioinamme
translative analgesiaksemme analgesioiksemme
abessive analgesiattamme analgesioittamme
instructive
comitative analgesioinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative analgesianne analgesianne
accusative nom. analgesianne analgesianne
gen. analgesianne
genitive analgesianne analgesioidenne
analgesioittenne
analgesiainne rare
partitive analgesiaanne analgesioitanne
inessive analgesiassanne analgesioissanne
elative analgesiastanne analgesioistanne
illative analgesiaanne analgesioihinne
adessive analgesiallanne analgesioillanne
ablative analgesialtanne analgesioiltanne
allative analgesiallenne analgesioillenne
essive analgesiananne analgesioinanne
translative analgesiaksenne analgesioiksenne
abessive analgesiattanne analgesioittanne
instructive
comitative analgesioinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative analgesiansa analgesiansa
accusative nom. analgesiansa analgesiansa
gen. analgesiansa
genitive analgesiansa analgesioidensa
analgesioittensa
analgesiainsa rare
partitive analgesiaansa analgesioitaan
analgesioitansa
inessive analgesiassaan
analgesiassansa
analgesioissaan
analgesioissansa
elative analgesiastaan
analgesiastansa
analgesioistaan
analgesioistansa
illative analgesiaansa analgesioihinsa
adessive analgesiallaan
analgesiallansa
analgesioillaan
analgesioillansa
ablative analgesialtaan
analgesialtansa
analgesioiltaan
analgesioiltansa
allative analgesialleen
analgesiallensa
analgesioilleen
analgesioillensa
essive analgesianaan
analgesianansa
analgesioinaan
analgesioinansa
translative analgesiakseen
analgesiaksensa
analgesioikseen
analgesioiksensa
abessive analgesiattaan
analgesiattansa
analgesioittaan
analgesioittansa
instructive
comitative analgesioineen
analgesioinensa

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Indonesian

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Etymology

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From New Latin [Term?], from Ancient Greek ἀναλγησία (analgēsía, want of feeling, insensibility), from ἀνάλγητος (análgētos), from ἀν- (an-, not) +‎ ἀλγέω (algéō, feel bodily pain, suffer) +‎ -τος (-tos, adjectival suffix).

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  • IPA(key): [analˈɡesia̯]
  • Hyphenation: anal‧gé‧sia

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analgésia (first-person possessive analgesiaku, second-person possessive analgesiamu, third-person possessive analgesianya)

  1. analgesia: the inability to feel pain.
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Italian

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Etymology

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From Ancient Greek ana- +‎ algesia.

Noun

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analgesia f (plural analgesie)

  1. analgesia

Portuguese

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  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /a.naw.ʒeˈzi.ɐ/ [a.naʊ̯.ʒeˈzi.ɐ]
    • (Southern Brazil) IPA(key): /a.naw.ʒeˈzi.a/ [a.naʊ̯.ʒeˈzi.a]

  • Hyphenation: a‧nal‧ge‧si‧a

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analgesia f (plural analgesias)

  1. (medicine) analgesia (absence of the sense of pain)
    Synonym: analgia

Spanish

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /analˈxesja/ [a.nalˈxe.sja]
  • Rhymes: -esja
  • Syllabification: a‧nal‧ge‧sia

Noun

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analgesia f (plural analgesias)

  1. (medicine) analgesia (absence of the sense of pain)
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