anaphrodisia

anaphrodisia

[an-af-ruh-dee-zhuh, -dizh-uh, -diz-ee-uh]
noun Psychiatry.
diminished sexual desire.

Origin:
< Greek anaphrodīsía inability to inspire love; see an-1, aphrodisia

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anaphrodisiac (ˌænæfrəˈdɪzɪˌæk)
 
adj
1.  tending to lessen sexual desire
 
n
2.  an anaphrodisiac drug
 
anaphro'disia
 
n

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anaphrodisia an·aph·ro·dis·i·a (ān-āf'rə-dĭz'ē-ə, -dĭzh'ə)
n.
A decline or absence of sexual desire.

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