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cephalalgia

Ὁ δὲ μὴ δυνάμενος κοινωνεῖν ἢ μηδὲν δεόμενος δι' αὐτάρκειαν οὐθὲν μέρος πόλεως, ὥστε ἢ θηρίονθεός → Whoever is incapable of associating, or has no need to because of self-sufficiency, is no part of a state; so he is either a beast or a god
Aristotle, Politics

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

cĕphălalgī̆a: or euphon. cĕphăl-argī̆a, ae, f., = κεφαλαλγία,
I a headache, Plin. Val. 1, 3; Aem. Mac. cap. de Acidula.

Latin > French (Gaffiot 2016)

cĕphălalgĭa ou cĕphălargĭa, æ, f. (κεφαλαλγία) céphalalgie [mal de tête chronique] : Plin. Val. 1, 4.

Latin > English

cephalalgia cephalalgiae N F :: headache

Translations

Albanian: dhembje koke; Arabic: صُدَاع‎; Egyptian Arabic: صداع‎; Hijazi Arabic: صُداع‎; Armenian: գլխացավ; Assamese: মূৰৰ বিষ; Bashkir: баш ауыртыу; Basque: buruko min; Belarusian: галаўны боль; Breton: poan-benn; Bulgarian: главоболие; Burmese: ခေါင်းကိုက်ခြင်း; Catalan: mal de cap; Chinese Cantonese: 頭痛, 头痛, 頭赤, 头赤; Hakka: 頭那痛, 头那痛; Mandarin: 頭疼, 头疼, 頭痛, 头痛; Min Nan: 頭疼, 头疼, 頭殼疼, 头壳疼; Czech: bolest hlavy, cefalea, cefalgie; Danish: hovedpine; Dutch: hoofdpijn, koppijn; Elfdalian: sårskollan; Erzya: пряорма; Esperanto: kapdoloro; Estonian: peavalu; Faroese: høvuðpína, høvuðverkur; Finnish: päänsärky; French: mal de tête; Galician: dor de cabeza; Georgian: თავის ტკივილი; German: Kopfschmerzen, Kopfweh, Kopfschmerz; Greek: πονοκέφαλος, κεφαλόπονος, κεφαλαλγία; Gujarati: માથાનો દુખાવો; Hebrew: כאב ראש‎; Hindi: सिरदर्द, सरदर्द; Hungarian: fejfájás; Icelandic: höfuðverkur, hausverkur; Ido: kapodoloro; Indonesian: sakit kepala; Interlingua: mal de testa, mal de capite; Irish: tinneas cinn; Italian: mal di testa; Japanese: 頭痛; Kazakh: бас ауруы; Khmer: ជំងឺឈឺក្បាល; Korean: 두통(頭痛); Kurdish Central Kurdish: سەرێشە‎; Latin: capitis dolor, dolor capitis, cephalalgia, cephalargia; Latvian: galvassāpes; Lithuanian: galvos skausmas; Luxembourgish: Kappwéi; Macedonian: главоболка; Malagasy: aretin'andoha; Malayalam: തലവേദന; Maltese: uġigħ ta' ras; Manx: kione-ching; Maori: mōngurunguru, ngāhoahoa, pāhoahoa, kotiuru; Marathi: डोकेदुखी; Nepali: टाउको दुखाइ; Norman: ma d'tête; Norwegian Bokmål: hodepine; Nynorsk: hovudverk; Occitan: mal de cap; Okinawan: 頭病ん; Old English: hēafodeċe; Oromo: mataa bowwuu; Ossetian: сæрниз; Persian: سردرد‎; Polish: ból głowy; Portuguese: dor de cabeça, enxaqueca; Quechua: uma nanay; Romanian: durere de cap; Russian: головная боль; S'gaw Karen: ခိၣ်ဆါ; Santali: ᱵᱚᱦᱚᱜ ᱦᱟᱹᱥᱩ; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: главобоља; Roman: glavobolja; Sinhalese: හිසරදය; Slovak: bolesť hlavy; Slovene: glavobol; Spanish: dolor de cabeza, cefalea, jaqueca; Swahili: maumivu ya kichwa; Swedish: huvudvärk; Tagalog: sakit ng ulo; Tahitian: hoa; Tamil: தலைவலி; Tatar: баш авырту; Telugu: తలనొప్పి; Thai: ปวดหัว; Turkish: baş ağrısı; Ukrainian: головний біль; Urdu: سر درد‎; Vietnamese: chứng nhức đầu; Volapük: kapadol; Welsh: cur pen, cur mewn pen, cur yn y pen; Yakut: төбө ыарыыта; Yiddish: קאָפּווייטיק‎; Yucatec Maya: k'iinam; Zulu: ikhanda, ubuhlungu bekhanda