Libido is the fourth album from Buck-O-Nine and was originally released in 1999 on TVT Records. The album marks a slight musical departure for the band, as they expanded their musical style slightly to include more rock and pop influence. Overall, however, the album remains rooted in the band`s traditional style of ska,
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Latin, meaning: whim, caprice, violent desire, passionate longing.
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- (psychoanalysis) a Freudian term for sexual urge or desire
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(Learning Modules / Psychology / Measuring the unmeasurable) Sigmund Freud's terminology of sexual energy or sexual drive.
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A person's sex drive
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Libido: 1. Sexual drive. 2. In psychoanalysis, the psychic energy from all instinctive biological drives. Libido in Latin means 'desire, longing, fancy, lust, or rut.' Although the adjective libidinous, meaning lustful, has been used in English for 500 or so years, libido only entered the language in 1913, thanks to Sigmund Freud and other psychoan
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Sexual desire. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(psychoanalysis) a Freudian term for sexual urge or desire
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(lĭ-be´do) (lĭ-bi´do) sexual desire. the psychic energy derived from instinctive biological drives; in early freudian theory it was restricted to the sexual drive, then expanded to include all expressions of love and pleasure, but the concept has evolved to include also the death...
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concept originated by Sigmund Freud to signify the instinctual physiological or psychic energy associated with sexual urges and, in his later ... [4 related articles]
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Libido usually refers to sexual drive. Libido may also refer to: ==Music== ==Language== ==Film== ==Journal== ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: li-bē′dō, -bī′dō Definitions: 1. Conscious or unconscious sexual desire. 2. Any passionate interest or form of life force. 3. In jungian psychology, synonymous with psychic energy.
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Libido refers to a person`s sex drive or desire for sexual activity. The desire for sex is an aspect of a person`s sexuality, but varies enormously from one person to another, and it also varies depending on circumstances at a particular time. Sex drive has usually biological, psychological, and social components. Biologically, levels of hormone..
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A person's interest in sex, or the sex drive. Lack of libido may be the result of illness, pregnancy, stress or a lack of sex hormones because of an endocrine disorder.
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libido (libē'dō, –bī'–) [Lat.,=lust], psychoanalytic term used by Sigmund Freud to identify instinctive energy with the sex instinct. For Freud, libido is the generalized sexual energy of which conscious activity is the expression. C. G. Jung used the term synon...
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In Freudian psychology, the energy of the sex instinct, which is to be found even in a newborn child. The libido develops through a number of phases, described by Sigmund Freud in his theory of infantile sexuality. The source of the libido is the id. The phases of the libido are identified by Freud as the oral stage, when a child tests everything b
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Sexual desire or the mental energy or emotion related to sex.
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Libido is a 1973 Australian drama film comprising 4 segments written and directed as independent stories, but screened together as one piece, exploring a common theme of instinctive desire and contemporary sexuality. John B. Murray directs a segment called "The Husband", written by Craig McGregor, Tim Burstall directs "The Child
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Libido is the first studio album by Líbido, released in 1998. ==Release== The launch of the album went unnoticed by many Peruvians, however, with the launch of the singles, which sounded strong at major radio stations, the album became a success, which make known to achieving the group, began to appear in the main clubs of
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Sexual instinct or sexual drive.
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With respect to (moderate) Wine consumption see as the sex drive stimulant with aphrodisiac .
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Amount of interest ram has in mating ewes.
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