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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek [Term?] (harlot) + Ancient Greek [Term?] (to love).

AdjectiveEdit

pornerastic (comparative more pornerastic, superlative most pornerastic)

  1. (obsolete) lascivious; licentious
    • 1891, Frederic Harrison, The Choice of Books
      We hear nothing of those petit crevivices, those pornerastic habits in high places, those Diamond-necklace scandals, those unmentionable gambols of the Porphyro-geniti, which are too often thrust before our eyes in fiction.

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