lecher

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

lech·er

noun \ˈle-chər\

: a man who shows an excessive or disgusting interest in sex

Full Definition of LECHER

:  a man who engages in lechery

Examples of LECHER

  1. <a friendly warning to the new assistant about the office lecher>

Origin of LECHER

Middle English lechour, from Anglo-French lechur, from lecher to lick, live in debauchery, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German leckōn to lick — more at lick
First Known Use: 13th century

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