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ephebophile

Syllabification: ephebophile
Pronunciation: /əˈfēbōˌfīl
 
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Definition of ephebophile in English:

noun

Origin

1960s: from Greek ephēbos 'adolescent boy' (see ephebe) + -phile.

Derivatives

ephebophilia

1
noun

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