anaphrodisiac

reduces sexual desire

Anaphrodisiac

An anaphrodisiac (also antaphrodisiac or antiaphrodisiac) is something that quells or blunts the libido. It is the opposite of an aphrodisiac, something that enhances sexual appetite. The word anaphrodisiac comes from the Greek privative prefix ἀν-, denoting negation, and aphrodisiac, from the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. ==Available anaph...
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anaphrodisiac

(an″af-ro-diz´e-ak) repressing sexual desire. a drug that represses sexual desire.
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anaphrodisiac

[adj] - tending to diminish sexual desire
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Anaphrodisiac

• (a. & n.) Same as Antaphrodisiac.
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anaphrodisiac

adjective tending to diminish sexual desire
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Anaphrodisiac

An·aph`ro·dis'i·ac adjective & noun [ Greek 'an priv. + ... pertaining to venery.] (Medicine) Same as Antaphrodisiac . Dunglison.
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anaphrodisiac

A chemical that inhibits sexual response. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Anaphrodisiac

An herb or substance that reduces or represses sexual desire or potency.
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anaphrodisiac

anaphrodisiac 1. Something which decreases sexual desires. 2. Tending to diminish sexual desire. 3. A chemical that inhibits sexual response. 4. Repressing or destroying sexual desire.
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Anaphrodisiac

Reduces sexual desire.
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anaphrodisiac

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′af-rō-diz′ē-ak Definitions: 1. Relating to anaphrodisia. 2. Repressing or destroying sexual desire. 3. An agent that lessens or eliminates sexual desire. Synonyms: antaphrodisiac, antaphroditic1
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