[mahy-al-jee-uh, -juh] /maɪˈæl dʒi ə, -dʒə/
pain in the muscles; muscular rheumatism.
pain in a muscle or a group of muscles
“muscular pain,” 1827, coined in Modern Latin (on analogy of neuralgia) from myo- “muscle” + -algia “pain.”
myalgia my·al·gi·a (mī-āl’jē-ə, -jə)
Muscular pain or tenderness, especially when diffuse and nonspecific. Also called myodynia.
my·al’gic (-jĭk) adj.
- Myalgic encephalopathy
/maɪˈældʒɪk ɛnˌsɛfəlˈbpfɪ/ noun 1. a condition characterized by painful muscles, extreme fatigue, and general debility, sometimes occuring as a sequel to viral illness Also called chronic fatigue syndrome, ME Formerly called myalgic encephalomyelitis
/ˈmaɪəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. a kind of witchcraft, similar to obi, practised esp in the Caribbean
[mahy-awl] /ˈmaɪ ɔl/ noun 1. any of several Australian acacias, especially Acacia pendula (weeping myall) having gray foliage and drooping branches. /ˈmaɪəl/ noun 1. any of several Australian acacias, esp Acacia pendula, having hard scented wood used for fences 2. a native Australian living independently of society
[mahy-ahn-mah] /maɪˈɑn mɑ/ noun 1. Union of, official name of . /ˈmaɪænmɑː; ˈmjænmɑː/ noun 1. a republic in SE Asia, on the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea: unified from small states in 1752; annexed by Britain (1823–85) and made a province of India in 1886; became independent in 1948. It is generally mountainous, […]