ache


ache
Synonyms and related words:
ache for, ache to, aching, agonize, ail, angina, anguish, backache, be dying for, be dying to, be hurting for, bellyache, blanch, bleed, blench, blow, brood over, burn to, cephalalgia, chilblains, chill, chilliness, chilling, choose to, clamor for, cold creeps, cold shivers, colic, collywobbles, cramp, crave, creeps, cry for, cryopathy, cut, dearly love to, distress, dithers, dolor, duck bumps, earache, feel pain, feel the pangs, fret, frostbite, gape for, gnawing, go hard with, goose bumps, goose pimples, gooseflesh, grief, grieve, grimace, gripe, gripes, gut-ache, hanker, have a misery, headache, heartburn, hemicrania, hone for, hope for, horripilation, hunger, hurt, injury, itch for, itch to, kibe, languish for, lesion, like to, long, long for, long to, longing, love to, lust for, megrim, migraine, misery, mope, mourn, nasty blow, odontalgia, otalgia, pain, pang, pant for, passion, pine, pine away, pine for, pound, pounding, pyrosis, rack, shivering, shivers, shock, shoot, shrink, sick headache, sigh for, smart, smarting, sore, sore spot, soreness, sorrow, spasm, splitting headache, spoil for, sting, stitch, stomachache, stress, stress of life, stroke, suffer, suffer anguish, suffering, take on, tender spot, thirst for, thrill, throb, throbbing, throbbing pain, throes, tingle, toothache, twinge, twitch, want to, weary for, wince, wish for, wish to, wound, wrench, writhe, yearn, yearn for, yen for

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  • Ache — Ache, s. Aa …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • ache — [ aʃ ] n. f. • XIIe; lat. apia, fém. en lat. pop.; plur. de apium ♦ Plante ombellifère, herbacée, dont deux espèces sont cultivées comme alimentaires, le céleri à côtes et le céleri rave. ⊗ HOM. 1. H, hache, hasch. ● ache nom féminin (latin… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ACHE — steht für: Ache, ein Flussname, der häufig in den Alpen auftaucht Berchtesgadener Ache, ein Fluss in Berchtesgaden, entsteht aus Königsseer Ache und Ramsauer Ache Bregenzer Ache, Zufluss des Bodensees Kitzbühler Ache, ein Fluss im Bezirk Kitzbühl …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ache — may refer to:* Ache (album), a You ve Got Foetus on Your Breath album * Ache Records, a Vancouver based record label * Ache, a chronic, painful sensation * The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)ee also* Aché, an indigenous ethnic… …   Wikipedia

  • Ache — Ache, n. [OE. ache, AS. [ae]ce, ece, fr. acan to ache. See {Ache}, v. i.] Continued pain, as distinguished from sudden twinges, or spasmodic pain. Such an ache in my bones. Shak. [1913 Webster] Note: Often used in composition, as, a headache, an… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -ache — ⇒ ACHE, suff. Suff. dimin. ou augm., gén. péj., qui apparaît surtout dans des mots de lang. pop. : bravache « faux brave » gavache ,,il a dû désigner d abord les goitreux, jadis nombreux dans les montagnes (DAUZAT 1964); sens actuel « montagnard …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ache — Ache, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Ached}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Aching}.] [OE. aken, AS. acan, both strong verbs, AS. acan, imp. [=o]c, p. p. acen, to ache; perh. orig. to drive, and akin to agent.] To suffer pain; to have, or be in, pain, or in continued… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ache — Ache, m. penac. Tantost signifie une herbe que les Latins appellent, Apium, ou Olus atrum, Tantost et en matiere d arpentage une figure de champ raccourcie aux deux tenans ou abboutissans, ou à l un d iceux. Ainsi l on dit une piece de terre,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • ache — ► NOUN ▪ a continuous or prolonged dull pain. ► VERB 1) suffer from an ache. 2) (ache for/to do) feel intense desire for or to do. DERIVATIVES aching adjective. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • AChE — AChE: Abk. für ↑ Acetylcholin Esterase. * * * Ache,   kleiner Fluss, Aa.   …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ache — [n] sore feeling; dull pain anguish, hurt, misery, pang, pounding, smarting, soreness, spasm, suffering, throb, throbbing, throe, twinge; concepts 316,410,728 Ant. comfort, ease, health, relief ache [v] feeling soreness or dull pain, often… …   New thesaurus