satyriasis

Satyrism vs Satyriasis - What's the difference?

satyrism | satyriasis | Related terms |

Satyrism is a related term of satyriasis.

Satyr vs Satyriasis - What's the difference?

satyr | satyriasis | Related terms |

Satyr is a related term of satyriasis.


As nouns the difference between satyr and satyriasis

is that satyr is (greek mythology) a male companion of pan or dionysus with the tail of a horse and a perpetual erection while satyriasis is uncontrollable sexual desire, found in a man (contrast to nymphomania).

What is the difference between amativeness and satyriasis?

amativeness | satyriasis |


As nouns the difference between amativeness and satyriasis

is that amativeness is (phrenology) the state or quality of being amative; propensity to love or sexual feelings while satyriasis is uncontrollable sexual desire, found in a man (contrast to nymphomania).