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EtymologyEdit

From New Latin, from Ancient Greek ὀδονταλγία ‎(odontalgía, toothache); synchronically, odonto- +‎ -algia.

NounEdit

odontalgia ‎(plural odontalgias)

  1. (medicine) toothache

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From odonto- +‎ -algia

NounEdit

odontalgia f ‎(plural odontalgie)

  1. toothache

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From New Latin, from Ancient Greek ὀδονταλγία ‎(odontalgía, toothache), from ὀδών ‎(odṓn), ὀδόντος (odontos, “tooth”) + ἄλγος ‎(álgos, pain).

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NounEdit

odontalgia f ‎(plural odontalgias)

  1. (medicine) toothache

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