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- adj. erogenous
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as erogenous.
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He elsewhere classifies it as erogenic, in accordance with his unusual application of Freudian theory to the sense of smell.
Other erogenic zones are also at times found in children, but not often; whereas in adults such erogenic zones are numerous, but differ greatly in different individuals.
Thus, in many persons, a slight stimulation of the nape of the neck, of the scalp, &c., has an erogenic effect.
But other erogenic areas exist, the stimulation of which produces the same results.
He considers that the lips and the fingers are erogenic zones.
"There is almost no feature, article of dress, attitude, act," Dr. Stanley Hall has truly remarked, "or even animal, or perhaps object in nature, that may not have to some morbid soul specialized erogenic and erethic power."
There may be a slight and normal masochistic tendency in most boys, and _perhaps_ the erogenic character of the buttocks has something to do with the development of affection.
a physical stimulus to erection; also the touching of certain regions of the body, especially the clitoris, the labia minora, or other erogenic zones.
Hall declares, "or even animal or perhaps object in nature, that may not have to some morbid soul specialized erogenic and erethic power." [
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