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dol (n.)

unit of intensity of pain, 1947, from Latin dolor "pain, grief, sorrow," perhaps from PIE root *delh- "to chop" "under the assumption than 'pain' was expressed by the feeling of 'being torn apart'" [de Vaan].

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Definitions of dol
1
dol (n.)
a unit of pain intensity;
2
DoL (n.)
the federal department responsible for promoting the working conditions of wage earners in the United States; created in 1913;
Synonyms: Department of Labor / Labor Department / Labor
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