Zoophily


Zoophily
Zoophily \Zo*["o]ph"i*ly\, n. Love of animals. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • Zoophily — is a form of pollination whereby pollen is transferred by vertebrates, particularly by hummingbirds and other birds, and bats, but also by monkeys, marsupials, lemurs, bears, rabbits, deer, rodents, lizards and other animals. Zoomophilous species …   Wikipedia

  • zoophily — noun pollination by animals …   Wiktionary

  • zoophily — zo·oph·i·ly zō äf ə lē n, pl lies ZOOPHILIA …   Medical dictionary

  • zoophily — loving or caring for animals; bestiality Love and Attraction …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • zoophily — zo·oph·i·ly …   English syllables

  • zoophily — zōˈäfəlē noun ( es) Etymology: New Latin zoophilia : zoophilia * * * zōophilˈia, zōophˈilism or zōophˈily noun 1. Love of animals …   Useful english dictionary

  • Love and Attraction — While this list might seem a bit risqué judging from its title, it s not as bad (or good) as you might think. Each of these 114 weird words contains the word element phil , from ancient Greek phileein to love, and so a philia is a special love,… …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • Zoophilia (disambiguation) — The term zoophilia may refer to:* Zoophilia in sexology and popular use, where zoophilia has a variety of meanings, revolving around affinity, affection, or erotic attraction between a human being, and a (non human) animal. Notably, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Американское общество против вивисекции — American Anti Vivisection Society AAVS Год основания 1883 Основатели Кэролайн Эрл Уайт и Мэри Фрэнсис Лоуэлл Расположение …   Википедия

  • Ornithophily — Hummingbird Phaethornis longirostris on an Etlingera inflorescence Ornithophily or Bird Pollination is the pollination of flowering plants by birds. This coevolutionary association is derived from insect pollination (entomophily) and is… …   Wikipedia


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