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From Greek odont- (tooth) + -algia (pain). Earliest documented use: 1706.
“What’s his tag say, Hemingby? ...
Odontalgia. Treatment: Oil of Cloves?”
Richard Pike; Do Not Forget Me Quite; Troubador; 2014.
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