Paphian \PEY-fee-uhn\ , adjective;
1. Of or pertaining to love, especially illicit physical love
2. Of or pertaining to Paphos, an ancient city of Cyprus sacred to Aphrodite
3. Noting or pertaining to Aphrodite or to her worship or service
This word is first attested in English in 1569 and it comes from Classical Latin Paphius, meaning "of or associated with Paphos (or Venus)".
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