erethism definition

  • noun:
    • unusual irritability or sensitiveness of an organ or a body part to stimulation.
    • irregular pleasure of a bodily organ or muscle.
    • Any uncommon or morbid overexcitement.
    • A morbid level of pleasure or discomfort in an organ.
    • In physiology, pleasure or stimulation of every organ or structure, especially of the organs of generation: as, the sexual erethism.
    • unusual irritability or susceptibility of an organ or a body part to stimulation.
    • Abnormal excitement of a bodily organ or tissue.
    • Any strange or morbid overexcitement.
    • A morbid degree of pleasure or irritation in an organ.
    • In physiology, excitement or stimulation of any organ or structure, particularly regarding the body organs of generation: as, the sexual erethism.
    • an abnormally large degree of frustration or sensitivity to stimulation of an organ or human anatomy component
    • an abnormally large degree of frustration or sensitiveness to stimulation of an organ or body component
    • Abnormal irritability or sensitiveness of an organ or a body component to stimulation.
    • Abnormal excitement of a bodily organ or muscle.
    • Any uncommon or morbid overexcitement.
    • A morbid degree of excitement or discomfort in an organ.
    • In physiology, pleasure or stimulation of any organ or muscle, especially associated with body organs of generation: as, the intimate erethism.
    • an abnormally large amount of irritability or sensitiveness to stimulation of an organ or human anatomy part
    • unusual frustration or sensitivity of an organ or a body component to stimulation.
    • Abnormal excitement of a bodily organ or tissue.
    • Any strange or morbid overexcitement.
    • A morbid amount of pleasure or irritation in an organ.
    • In physiology, pleasure or stimulation of any organ or tissue, particularly regarding the organs of generation: as, the sexual erethism.
    • an abnormally high degree of irritability or sensitiveness to stimulation of an organ or human anatomy component

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