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One who is given to lechery.
[Middle English, from Old French lecheor, from lechier, to lick, to live in debauchery, of Germanic origin; see leigh- in Indo-European roots.]
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a promiscuous or lewd man
[C12: from Old French lecheor lecher, from lechier to lick, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German leccōn to lick]
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1. a man given to excessive sexual indulgence; lascivious or licentious man.v.i.
2. to engage in lechery.
[1125–75; Middle English lech(o)ur < Anglo-French; Old French lecheor glutton, libertine <lech(ier) to lick (< Germanic; compare Old High German leccōn to lick)]
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|Noun||1.||lecher - man with strong sexual desires|
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noun womanizer, seducer, rake, Don Juan, wanton, profligate, Casanova, libertine, dirty old man (slang), satyr, roué, sensualist, fornicator, wolf (informal), goat (informal), debauchee, lech or letch (informal) He's just a sad old lecher.
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lecher[ˈletʃəʳ] N → libidinoso m
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lecher[ˈlɛtʃəʳ] n → satiro (fig)
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