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From Latin libīdō (lust, desire). Used originally in psychoanalytic contexts.

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Libido

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Libidos

Libido (plural Libidos)
  1. In common usage; sexual urges or drives.
    • Good God man, control your libido!
  2. Patrono:Psychology Drives or mental energies related or based on sexual instincts but not necessarily sexual in and of themselves.
    • For Freudians, libido means the desire to "unite and bind" with objects in the world.
    • The ego as an organ which seeks to synthesize thoughts in the psyche is said to be driven by libido or eros.

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Libido m.

  1. libido

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Libido f. inv.

  1. Patrono:Psychoanalysis libido

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libīdō (genitive libīdinis); f, third declension

  1. pleasure, inclination, fancy, longing
  2. caprice, passion, wantonness
  3. lust, sensuality

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nominative libīdō libīdinēs
genitive libīdinis libīdinum
dative libīdinī libīdinibus
accusative libīdinem libīdinēs
ablative libīdine libīdinibus
vocative libīdō libīdinēs

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From Latin libīdō.

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  • IPA: /liˈbiːdɔ/

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  1. libido

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Patrono:Sl-decl-noun

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