See also analgèsic

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From analgesia (absence of pain) < New Latin < Ancient Greek ἀν- (an-), without) + ἄλγησις (algēsis), sense of pain) < ἄλγος (algos), pain).

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  • IPA: /ˌænl̩ˈdʒizɪk/, /ˌænl̩ˈdʒisɪk/
    Rhymes: -iːzɪk

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Analgesic

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  1. Template:Pharmacology Any medicine, such as aspirin, that reduces pain.

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  1. (medicine) Of, or related to analgesia; anodyne.

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