en pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 4.9
en sensation Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors ajbilan, phraughy, ajbilan, and 4 more
en Pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.83
en a symptom Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors shaleane, bryan, and richard_h0lt
en smart (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en pang (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en pleurodynia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en dysmenorrhea (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en meralgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en chest pain (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en odynophagia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en podalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en torture (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en myalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en photalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en ache (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en mental anguish (n, feeling)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, feeling) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en burn (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en sting (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en mittelschmerz (n, cognition)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, cognition) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en arthralgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en mastalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en urodynia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en causalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en labor pain (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en chiralgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en unpleasantness (n, feeling)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, feeling) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en growing pains (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en thermalgesia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en melagra (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en orchidalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en pain (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en symptom (n, medicine) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en pain (n, person)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en unpleasant person (n, person) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en growing pains (n, feeling)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, feeling) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en twinge (n, cognition)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, cognition) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en agony (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en throb (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en glossalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en pain (n, cognition)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en somesthesia (n, cognition) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en colic (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en phantom limb pain (n, cognition)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, cognition) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en ulalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en keratalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en distress (n, feeling)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, feeling) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en stitch (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en neuralgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en nephralgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en metralgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en referred pain (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en renal colic (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en suffering (n, feeling)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, feeling) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en pain (n, feeling)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en feeling (n, wn) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en proctalgia (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en tenderness (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en distress (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en pain (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en psychogenic pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en sharp pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en pang
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en Pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en not intrinisically evil Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors dwjoutras
en anguish
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en Changing the tire on a car
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en a pain Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors jsmarr
en neuropathic pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en agony
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en chest pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en phantom pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en skin pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en A pain
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Weight: 1.0
en a bad sensation Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors martin
en joint pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en a series of nerve impulses Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors halydia
en nociceptive pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en illness (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en eye irritation (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en ache (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en Pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en a sign from one's body Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors halelaniau
en toothache (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain Source: German Wiktionary
en back pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en Pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en a source of stress Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors guru1
en pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en medical condition (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en pain
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en discomfort Source: Open Mind Common Sense contributors browni
en liver pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en chronic pain (n)
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Weight: 1.0
en pain (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en experiencing (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en pain (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en discomfort (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en pain (n, musical_project)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 0.5
en band (n) Source: DBPedia 2015