libido

Instinct vs Libido - What's the difference?

instinct | libido |


As nouns the difference between instinct and libido

is that instinct is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour while libido is libido (sexual urges or drives).

As an adjective instinct

is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

Libido vs Love - What's the difference?

libido | love |


As nouns the difference between libido and love

is that libido is libido (sexual urges or drives) while love is money.

Libido - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Libido - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | libido |


As a noun libido is

libido (sexual urges or drives).

Libido vs Passion - What's the difference?

libido | passion |


As nouns the difference between libido and passion

is that libido is libido (sexual urges or drives) while passion is (fervor) passion.

Libido vs Lust - What's the difference?

libido | lust |


As nouns the difference between libido and lust

is that libido is libido (sexual urges or drives) while lust is pleasure, joy.

Libido vs Sexarousal - What's the difference?

libido | sexarousal |

Libido vs Arousal - What's the difference?

libido | arousal |


As nouns the difference between libido and arousal

is that libido is libido (sexual urges or drives) while arousal is the act of arousing or the state of being aroused.

Libido vs Happy - What's the difference?

libido | happy |


As a noun libido

is libido (sexual urges or drives).

As an adjective happy is

experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; having the feeling arising from the consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, as peace, tranquillity, comfort; contented; joyous.

Libido vs Libidoless - What's the difference?

libido | libidoless |


As a noun libido

is libido (sexual urges or drives).

As an adjective libidoless is

without a libido.

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