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noun 
  1. Strong desire, especially of a sexual nature.
Upon seeing her, I was filled with
verb 
  1. To very strongly desire.
  2. To want to have sexual intercourse with.
Etymology: (term, lust, , lust, pleasure, longing, lang=ang) < (Ger.)
  • lust-; akin to Old Saxon, Dutch (term, lust, lang=nl), Old Frisian, Old High German, German (term, Lust, lang=de), & Swedish (term, lust, lang=sv), Danish (term, lust, lang=da) & Icelandic (term, lyst, lang=is), Old Norse (term, losti, lang=non), Gothic lustus, and perhaphs to Sanskrit lush "to desire", or to English (term, loose). Confer (term, list, , to please), (term, listless).



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