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Definition of pain:

  1. Proctalgia, proctodynia, proctagra.
  2. An uneasy sensation in animal bodies; laborious effort; labour with care; uneasiness of mind; the throes of parturition; punishment for crime.
  3. To cause uneasiness; to afflict; to distress.

Common misspellings for pain:

poain, 4piphenomenon, pais, phonia, pe-man, 3piphany, 3ponym, painp, pai, patin, pona, paoin.

Pain \pain\

Meaning:
countryman, rustic villager, peasant
Origin:
Latin
Details:
Pain as a boy's name is a variant of Paine (Latin), and the meaning of Pain is "countryman, rustic villager, peasant".
Meaning:
penn, Payne, Bain, ban, pen, Pino.
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Quotes for pain:

  1. It is cruel, you know, that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness of pain: of strength and freedom. The beauty of disappointment and never -satisfied love. The cruel beauty of nature and everlasting beauty of monotony.
  2. Bruce Willis. Pain in my ass, no problem about that. We just didn't get along. We got along off camera, but shooting we just didn't get along.
  3. Last tour my bass rig was breaking down every other night. That was a pain. We would get on stage and Trey would count off the song, and I'd play the first note and nothing would be there. Those guys would just roll their eyes.
  4. When it comes to having a central nervous system, and the ability to feel pain, hunger, and thirst, a rat is a pig is a dog is a boy.
  5. Hush! Check those words. Do not cure ill with ill and make your pain still heavier than it is.

Rhymes for pain:

  1. cain, deign, terrain, blayne, dane, attain, frayne, dain, spain, hussein, cocaine, sprain, maclean, swayne, hane, main, preordain, drain, mclean, maine, bain, refrain, blain, germain, payne, plain, sylvain, heyne, vein, jain, elaine, laine, strain, biscayne, grain, iain, duwayne, wain, laraine, champagne, elayne, spokane, obtain, kane, crayne, rayne, aine, vain, frane, regain, campaign, thaine, jermaine, champaign, profane, crane, lorraine, charmaine, explain, slain, cane, feign, chain, fane, shane, kain, paine, draine, delaine, domain, pane, shaine, lane, plane, mundane, inane, crain, arraign, lain, butane, urbain, remain, fain, fraine, urbane, contain, jane, wane, raine, layne, kaine, ln, cheyne, ukraine, complain, tremaine, swain, kayne, pertain, lorain, sustain, moraine, disdain, mccain, germaine, germane, elane, ingrain, romaine, detain, mayne, brain, vane, thayne, humane, gain, duane, devane, demain, slane, mane, kahane, swaine, wayne, sane, stain, hain, duan, dewayne, insane, duquesne, arcane, champlain, bahrain, twain, freyne, thane, rein, bane, maintain, rain, reine, constrain, charmain, trane, hussain, sain, zane, train, restrain, caine, reign, frayn, mcclain, jayne, retrain, ayn, retain, blaine, rogaine, romain, shayne, ordain, dwayne, dayne, bayne, blane, charlayne, fontaine, craine, loraine, fein;
  2. abstain, alain, amain, allain, alayne, alane, alaine, again;
  3. entertain, inhumane, aquitaine, ascertain;
  4. legerdemain;
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