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  1. head·ache
    IPA[ˈhedˌāk]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: headache, plural noun: headaches

    • noun

      a continuous pain in the head:

      a thing or person that causes worry or difficulty; a problem:

    • noun

      a type of severe headache that tends to recur over a period of several weeks and in which the pain is usually limited to one side of the head.
    • noun

      a headache accompanied by nausea, particularly a migraine.
    • noun

      a severe headache that reaches its maximum intensity very rapidly after onset, which can be a symptom of a number of serious medical conditions typically involving the vascular system of the brain, such as a stroke.
    • noun

      a type of severe headache in which the pain is usually limited to one side of the head, tending to recur over a period of several weeks.
    • noun

      a severe headache that reaches its maximum intensity very rapidly after onset, which can be a symptom of a number of serious medical conditions typically involving the vascular system of the brain, such as a stroke.
    • noun

      a headache accompanied by nausea, particularly a migraine.
    • noun

      a severe but brief pain in the head induced by the consumption of very cold food or drink:
    • noun

      a severe but brief pain in the head induced by the consumption of very cold food or drink:
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