|recurring headache||cluster headache|
|(about attacks of disease) recurring every fifth day, fever, fever or illness which recurs every five days, occurring every fifth day||quintan|
|(about attacks of disease) recurring every fourth day||quartan|
|(about attacks of disease) recurring every other day, appearing every other day, tertian fever||tertian|
|a trademark for allergy, sinus, cold, and headache medication||Benadryl|
|abstain, forebear, restrain oneself, desist, chorus, hold self back, melody, recurring piece of verse, something repeated often, verse or phrase that is repeated during a song or poem, chorus; music or melody that accompanies the chorus||refrain|
|act of going back, act of coming back; act of sending back, act of giving back, coming back; recurring, repeating||returning|
|aspect rooted in the past, headache and other effects caused by heavy consumption of alcohol, holdover, illness after drinking||hangover|
|bicycle, complete process, go through cycle, linked artworks, long time, motorcycle, one complete oscillation, orbit, repeated sequence of events, ride a bicycle, ride bicycle, series (of poems, stories, etc.); recurring period of time; long period of ...||cycle|
|bloodsucking fly, check, check off something, cloth covering, credit, degree on scale, function properly, make a ticking sound; mark, indicate, make recurring clicking sound, register taxi fare by clicking, see also:tock, ticking sound; credit; small p...||tick|
|blues, din, hangover, unpleasant symptoms felt after the consumption of a large quantity of alcohol (headache, nausea, etc.); distress; uproar||katzenjammer|
|circulating decimal, decimal with recurring digits, recurring decimal||repeating decimal|
|common, ordinary; recurring every day (about attacks of disease), commonplace, daily, daily occurrence; fever or illness that recurs daily, fever recurring daily||quotidian|
|controlling recurrence of disease, effective against recurring diseases (such as various types of fever)||antiperiodic|
|disorder characterized by illusions that a past traumatic event is recurring and severe reaction to stress-inducing stimuli (often affects veterans and victims of violence), PTSD||post traumatic stress disorder|
|evoking sadness, recurring in mind constantly; unforgettable; arousing strong sad emotion; visitation; act of something or someone that haunts||haunting|
|extremely bad headache, severe recurrent headache, sick headache||migraine|
|fever which recurs every 6 days, recurring every 6 days (about fever)||sextan|
|happening again, recurring, repeated, reappearing, occurring again, turning around||recurrent|
|having a headache; accompanying a headache||headachy|
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