doler (Verb) "to hurt;" "to grieve"
12th cent. From Latin dolere "to be in pain." From Proto-Italic *dolē- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *dolh1-ei̯e- "to divide up by cutting." From *delh1- "to cut." The transition from division to hurt was under the ridiculous belief that being cut causes pain.
Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: French doler; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Romanian dura
Indo-European: Celtic: Middle Welsh e-thyl "chooses"