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analgesia

noun an·al·ge·sia \ˌa-nəl-ˈjē-zh(ē-)ə, -zē-ə\

medical : the loss of the ability to feel pain while conscious

Full Definition of ANALGESIA

:  insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness
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Origin of ANALGESIA

New Latin, from Greek analgēsia, from an- + algēsis sense of pain, from algein to suffer pain, from algos pain
First Known Use: circa 1706

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analgesia

noun an·al·ge·sia \ˌan-əl-ˈjē-zhə, -z(h)ē-ə\

Medical Definition of ANALGESIA

:  insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

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