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dolor

[doh-ler] /ˈdoʊ lər/
noun
1.
sorrow; grief.
Also, especially British, dolour.
Origin
1275-1325
1275-1325; Middle English dolour (< Anglo-French) < Latin dolor, equivalent to dol(ēre) to feel pain + -or -or1
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British Dictionary definitions for dolor

dolour

/ˈdɒlə/
noun
1.
(poetic) grief or sorrow
Word Origin
C14: from Latin, from dolēre to grieve
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dolor in Medicine

dolor do·lor (dō'lər)
n.

  1. Pain.

  2. Sorrow; grief.


do'lo·rif'ic adj.
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