erotica
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Etymology: New Latin, from Greek erōtika, neuter plural of erōtikos Date: 1819 1. literary or artistic works having an erotic theme or quality 2. depictions of things erotic

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  • Erotica — bezeichnet: Erotica (Film), einen Spielfilm der Regisseurs Russ Meyer aus dem Jahr 1961 Erotica (Album), ein Studioalbum der Pop Sängerin Madonna aus dem Jahr 1992 Erotica (Lied), ein Lied der Pop Sängerin Madonna von dem gleichnamigen Album… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Erotĭca — Erotĭca; in der Bibliographie Bücher, welche[867] sich auf die sinnliche Liebe beziehen, vorzüglich solche mit (erotischen) Abbildungen zur Erregung des Sinnenkitzels, z.B. Erotopaegnia, s. Priapeja veterum et rec. Veneri jocosae sacrum, Par.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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  • erotica — 1820, from neut. pl. of Gk. erotikos amatory (see EROTIC (Cf. erotic)); originally a booksellers catalogue heading. Force Flame And with a Blonde push Over your impotence Flits Steam [Emily Dickinson, #854, c.1864] …   Etymology dictionary

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