(comparative more pornographic, superlative most pornographic)
pornography + -ic
Variant of pornography
- writings, pictures, etc. intended primarily to arouse sexual desire
- the production of such writings, pictures, etc.
Origin of pornography; from Classical Greek pornographos, writing about prostitutes ; from pornē, a prostitute, origin, originally a euphemism, literally , (something) sold, akin to pernēmi, to sell (esp. as a slave, or for a bribe) ; from Indo-European base an unverified form per-, to sell, bring across, come over from source fare + Classical Greek graphein, to write: see graphic