back ache

backache

[bak-eyk]
noun
a pain, especially in the lumbar region of the back, usually caused by the strain of a muscle or ligament.

Origin:
1595–1605; back1 + ache

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backache (ˈbækˌeɪk)
 
n
an ache or pain in one's back

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backache back·ache (bāk'āk')
n.
Discomfort or a pain in the region of the back or spine.

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