- pornography [pôr näg′rə fē]n.[< Gr pornographos, writing about prostitutes < pornē, a prostitute, orig. a euphemism, lit., (something) sold, akin to pernēmi, to sell (esp. as a slave, or for a bribe) < IE base * per-, to sell, bring across, come over > FARE + Gr graphein, to write: see GRAPHIC]1. writings, pictures, etc. intended primarily to arouse sexual desire2. the production of such writings, pictures, etc.pornographern.pornographic [pôr΄nə graf′ik]adj.pornographicallyadv.
English World dictionary. V. Neufeldt. 2014.
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