Origin of aphrodisiac
Related formsan·ti·aph·ro·dis·i·ac, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for aphrodisiacal
Certain condiments are also aphrodisiacal, acting as they undoubtedly do, as powerful stimulants.
Thus onions are regarded as aphrodisiacal, and were so regarded by the Greeks, as we learn from Aristophanes.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
The mushroom was also equally well known as the truffle to the ancient Romans for its aphrodisiacal qualities.
Musk taken internally is said by many physicians to be almost equal to ambergris for its aphrodisiacal qualities.
The following instances sufficiently establish the aphrodisiacal qualities of phosphorus.
British Dictionary definitions for aphrodisiacal
Word Origin for aphrodisiac
Medicine definitions for aphrodisiacal
Related formsaph′ro•di•si′a•cal (-dĭ-zī′ĭ-kəl) adj.
Culture definitions for aphrodisiacal
A substance or quality that excites sexual desire.