Definition of Libidos

1. Noun. (plural of libido) ¹



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Definition of Libidos

1. libido [n] - See also: libido

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Libidos

libidinists
libidinized
libidinizes
libidinizing
libidinosity
libidinously
libidinousness
libido dominandi
libido theory
libidoless
libidos (current term)
libivirumab
libken
libkens
liblab
liblabs
libra
librae
libraire
libraires
libral
librarial
librarian
librariana
librarianlike

Literary usage of Libidos

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1. Nervous and mental disease monograph series (1920)
"... or as we have already expressed it, to reconstruct the action pattern of these partial libidos or strivings in their building up of the combined libido, ..."

2. The Technique of Psychoanalysis by Smith Ely Jelliffe (1918)
"... to reconstruct the pattern of these partial libidos or partial strivings in their building up of the combined libido, which determines the individual's ..."

3. Forced Labor: The Prostitution of Children: Symposium Proceedings edited by Maureen Jaffe, Sonia Rosen (1997)
"... agreement within the society that men have ravenous, uncontrollable libidos and that these libidos are a sign of their strength and their power. ..."

4. An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures by Thomas Hartwell Horne (1841)
"... was not executed at the close of the first cen- h was made from the Hebrew for the ¡Syri.iii three Greek versions were undertaken and com- libidos the ..."

5. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"... to a singular opinion of his own, that Josiah is the iuon pointed at, and described: but he is the first and last, that libidos by that interpretation. ..."

6. Mechanisms of Character Formation: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis by William Alanson White (1916)
"... spoken of them in this contrasted way thus intimating that there were two different libidos or at least two different forms of expression of the libido. ..."

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