lubric

[loo-brik]

adjective Archaic.


Nearby words

  1. lubish,
  2. lubitsch,
  3. lubitsch, ernst,
  4. lublin,
  5. lubra,
  6. lubricant,
  7. lubricate,
  8. lubrication,
  9. lubricator,
  10. lubricatory

Origin of lubric

1480–90; < Latin lūbricus slippery, smooth, Medieval Latin: lewd

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Word Origin and History for lubric

lubric

adj.

"smooth, slippery," late 15c., also "lascivious, wanton," from Middle French lubrique (15c.) or directly from Latin lubricus "slippery" (see lubricant (adj.)). Related: Lubrical.

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