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erogenous tending to arouse sexual desire or result in sexual gratification when stimulated.
Eros in Greek mythology, the god of love; Cupid; Amor. [4 definitions]
erosion the process or condition of eroding. [2 definitions]
erosive tending to cause erosion.
erotic of or pertaining to sexual love. [3 definitions]
erotica (used with a sing. or pl. verb) books, pictures, and the like that tend to arouse sexual feelings; erotic literature or art.
eroticism sexual or erotic quality or character. [2 definitions]
eroticize to arouse sexually, or to make erotic.
erotogenic extremely sensitive to sexual stimulation; erogenous.
erotomania sexual desire that is abnormally strong and prolonged.
err to make a mistake. [3 definitions]
errand a quick journey or side trip taken to fulfill a particular purpose. [2 definitions]
errant traveling without a fixed course or direction; wandering. [2 definitions]
errata pl. of erratum.
erratic not occurring predictably or consistently; unpredictable. [4 definitions]
erratum an error in printing, often noted and corrected in an addendum that is printed afterwards and inserted in new printings of the book or article.
erroneous containing or based on error; incorrect; mistaken.
error a mistake in judgment or action. [5 definitions]
errorless combined form of error.
ersatz serving as a substitute, esp. when of inferior quality. [2 definitions]
erstwhile of an earlier time; former.