from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The psychic and emotional energy associated with instinctual biological drives.
- n. Sexual desire.
- n. Manifestation of the sexual drive.
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- n. Sexual urges or drives.
- n. Drives or mental energies related or based on sexual instincts but not necessarily sexual in and of themselves.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Sexual desire; the sexual instinct; the sex drive.
- n. Those desires and instinctual energies which are derived from the id.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (psychoanalysis) a Freudian term for sexual urge or desire
Libido libido libido~ (at least that's what I hear Kemeko sing in the ED lol)
There are other factors…what we call libido, which is the drive behind every neurosis; psychoanalysis cannot influence that because it has an organic background.
Related to the Latin word libido, desire, and the German liebe, beloved, the term "belief" in English originally meant trust, commitment, engagement, what you love and prize.
Related to the Latin word libido, desire, and the German liebe, beloved, the term “belief” in English originally meant trust, commitment, engagement, what you love and prize.
The opposite of an amped libido is a libido unplugged.
Just last month, a full 14 months since my last period, I had a miserable 3-4 weeks of bloating, breast tenderness, crankiness and a 5 pound weight gain, along with a pleasant little blip in libido, followed by a whopping migraine the likes of which I had not had for months, followed by a week long episode of vaginal bleeding.
If you libido is impacted, perhaps you also had an oophorectomy - removal of the varies - if that is the case, you can consider hormone replacement.
I do still have the inclination to have sex (libido is a mental state).
A stronger determinant of libido is overall well-being and the level of emotional interest (or lack thereof). posted by sydney on
Illicita libido is = præpostera seu postica Venus, and is expressed by the picturesque phrase indicare (seu incurvare) aliquem.