adjective Also e·rot·i·cal.
Origin of erotic
Synonyms for erotic
Examples from the Web for erotics
Contemporary Examples of erotics
A poem that relies on the image of a storm-tossed boat to put the "row" in "erotics."Five Poems of Passion
February 14, 2009
Historical Examples of erotics
Socrates described his philosophy as the science of erotics.A Problem in Greek Ethics
John Addington Symonds
Much of their erotics she only half understood, but that made it all the more lovely.
To prove this with all the rigidity of demonstration desirable is in the present state of erotics beyond our power.The Soul of the Far East
As Frenchmen, they thought little about marrying, but as young Parisians they led a life into which erotics entered largely.
adjective Also: erotical
Word Origin for erotic
1620s (implied in erotical), from French érotique (16c.), from Greek erotikos "caused by passionate love, referring to love," from eros (genitive erotos) "sexual love" (see Eros).