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an·gi·na

 (ăn-jī′nə, ăn′jə-)
n.
1. Angina pectoris.
2. A condition, such as severe sore throat, in which spasmodic attacks of suffocating pain occur.

[Latin, quinsy, from Greek ankhonē, a strangling; see angh- in Indo-European roots.]

an·gi′nal adj.
an′gi·nose′ (-jə-nōs′) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.anginal - of or related to the pain of angina pectorisanginal - of or related to the pain of angina pectoris
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anginal

adj anginoso
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