Translation of nymphomania in Spanish:

nymphomania

ninfomanía, n.

Pronunciation /ˌnɪmfəˈmeɪnɪə//ˌnɪmfəˈmeɪniə/

noun

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    ninfomanía feminine
    furor uterino masculine
    fiebre uterina feminine
    • Exposure to tropical climate, contemporary medical opinion averred, produced nymphomania in white women.
    • The removal of both ovaries was considered an acceptable treatment for nymphomania and other behaviors thought to be undesirable for women.
    • But for all this luxury and high-society living, I'm glad to say that we never fell into the trappings of drug-addiction and male nymphomania (the latter could be attributed to our pre-pubescent state).
    • Groneman's amassing of evidence for how the older discourse of nymphomania has been replaced by the new discourse of sex addiction is far more convincing than her material on the Victorians.
    • In the past, other labels such as nymphomania, satyriasis, and hyper-sexuality have been used.
    • Dallas' account of her journey into nymphomania is really an account of her development into a mature, self-empowered woman and a mother who's aware of her responsibility to her daughter.
    • Essentially, Waters equates nymphomania with zealotry, and in doing so reaffirms his historic place as the icon of trash cinema.
    • The only thing that strikes me as dubious, I think, is the implication of nymphomania of a kind in the case of Nadia the exchange student, who, when Jim asks her if she really wants him, says, ‘well…’
    • The cover lines dwell obsessively on nymphomania, the perils of homosexuality, how wives sap their husbands' virility, passion-crazed divorcees, and ways to master the sexually aggressive woman.
    • Yet it is clear that, paradoxically, there also developed a counter discourse rooted in Kinsey and continued in Masters and Johnson that now viewed much of what previously had been dubbed as nymphomania in positive terms.
    • My self-diagnosed nymphomania is kicking in, and I really want to just go pick up a worthless relationship, just someone to use like Tom does, for a night of sex, and kick them out before breakfast.
    • There is a word for the hatred of men, just as there is one for the male counterpart to nymphomania: they are ‘misandry’ and ‘satyriasis,’ respectively.
    • There is some basis for the rumour in her defiance of imperial protocol by riding cross-saddle, and a hint of overstimulation in her breathless reports of frantic gallops, but Catherine's nymphomania is a schoolboy legend.
    • Sheriff explicates the metaphor of fire as it was used to connect nymphomania to the passions, including enthusiasm.
    • At that point Chandler's own debut, The Big Sleep, was causing some controversy with its various subplots concerning pornography and nymphomania.
    • As for suburban nymphomania - well, the most I've ever been offered is a cup of Tea and a Jaffa cake.