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e·ros

(ē'ros, ār'os),
In psychoanalysis, the life principle representing all instinctual tendencies toward procreation and life. See also entries under instinct Compare: thanatos.
[G. love]

Eros

(ĕr′ŏs′, îr′-)
n.
a. Psychiatry Sexual drive; libido.
b. The sum of all instincts for self-preservation.

Eros

[ir′os, er′os]
Etymology: Gk, mythic love-inciting son of Aphrodite
a Freudian term for the drive or instinct for survival, including self-preservation and continuation of the species through reproduction.

e·ros

(ār'os)
psychoanalysis The life principle representing all instinctual tendencies toward procreation and life.
[G. love]
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The entertainment fell into three parts: first, a banquet was served for the king and queen to the accompaniment of a song; afterwards, the royal couple "retired into a garden" - as Cavendish's manuscript copy of the entertainment specifies - and were entertained by the comic oration of Colonel Iniquo Vitruvius and his mechanicals; this dance was then followed by a second banquet for the king and queen, accompanied by a comic dialogue between Eros and Anteros.