acesodyne

acesodyne

[uh-ses-uh-dahyn]
adjective
mitigating pain; anodyne.

Origin:
< Greek akesṓdyn(os), equivalent to akes- (variant stem of akeîsthai to heal) + -ōdynos, adj. combining form of odýnē pain

acesodynous [as-uh-sod-n-uhs] , adjective
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