- Morbid aversion to the thought of sexual love and to its physical expression. [G. eros, love, + phobos, fear]
* * *ero·to·pho·bia i-.rōt-ə-'fō-bē-ə, -.rät- n a morbid aversion to sexual love or desire
* * *ero·to·pho·bia (ə-rot″o-foґbe-ə) [eroto- + -phobia] fear of love, especially of sexual feelings and activity.
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