Erectile meaning

ĭ-rĕktəl, -tīl
Capable of being raised to an upright position.
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Of or relating to tissue that is capable of filling with blood and becoming rigid.
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That can become erect.

Erectile feathers.

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Of or designating tissue, as in the penis or clitoris, that becomes swollen and rigid when filled with blood.
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Having to do with an erection of the penis.

Erectile dysfunction.

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Capable of being raised to an upright position.
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Relating to tissue that is capable of filling with blood and becoming rigid.
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Capable of being raised to an upright position.
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Of or relating to tissue capable of filling with blood and becoming rigid.
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Origin of erectile

  • From French érectile, from Latin erectus, past participle of erigere.

    From Wiktionary