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ἀνώδυ^ν-ος , ον, (ὀδύνη) from pain,οἰδήματαHp.Prog.7, cf. D.Chr.32.57; “τὸ ἓν . καὶ ἀνάλγητονArist.Xen.974a19; of persons, S.Ph.883; “-ώτερος γίγνεσθαιsuffer less pain, Hp.Prorrh.2.7; τὸ ἀνώδυνον, = ἀνωδυνία, Plu. 2.102d. Adv. “ἀνωδύνως, τίκτεσθαιHp.Coac.527, cf. Plu.Cic.2; “ἰᾶσθαιD.Chr.41.9: Sup. “-ώταταHp.Acut.4.
II. Act., allaying pain, Hp.Aph.5.22, Dsc.4.68 (Comp. and Sup.); “φάρμακον . anodyne, Plu.2.614c:—the epitaph of a physician in IG14.1879 combines both signfs., πολλούς τε σώσας φαρμάκοις ἀνωδύνοις, ἀνώδυνον τὸ σῶμα νῦν ἔχει θανών.
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