Power is an aphrodisiac, Henry Kissinger famously said, but it is clearly also a great skin cream.
Expensive real estate is an aphrodisiac for girls like Claire, Walter notes.
The mollusca in general, and testaceous animals in particular, have been considered as endowed with aphrodisiac properties.
Eringoes, the holly plant, which was considered to be an aphrodisiac.
It is sometimes taken as an abortifacient or given as an aphrodisiac, but whether it has any such action is open to question.
For I, too, wrote at first to amuse myself with aphrodisiac statements.
Those three dead men on the thirteenth floor of that office building had acted like an aphrodisiac on Wilson Lamb.
The use of cantharides and other aphrodisiac remedies to stimulate the sexual organs is a most pernicious practice.
It is said to be cordial, stomachic, tonic, and aphrodisiac.
There appears to be no evidence in the case of either the lower animals or the human subject that the drug is an aphrodisiac.
1719, from Greek aphrodisiakos "inducing sexual desire," from aphrodisios, "pertaining to Aphrodite; sexual pleasure; a temple of Aphrodite," Greek goddess of love and beauty. As an adjective from 1830 (earlier was aphrodisical, 1719)
aphrodisiac aph·ro·dis·i·ac (āf'rə-dĭz'ē-āk', -dē'zē-)
Arousing, increasing, or intensifying sexual desire. n.
An aphrodisiac drug or food.
A substance or quality that excites sexual desire.
Note: Aphrodisiacs are named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love.