Olfactophilia or osmolagnia is a paraphilia for, or sexual arousal by, smells and odors emanating from the body, especially the sexual areas. Sigmund Freud used the term osphresiolagnia in reference to pleasure caused by odors.
- olfactophilia – Latin olfacto, to smell, pertaining to the sense of smell, and Greek philia, "love"
- osmolagnia – Greek osme, "smell", and lagneia, "lust"
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- Freud, Sigmund (1 January 1963). "Collected Papers: Three case histories". Collier Books. p. 77. Retrieved 20 December 2016 – via Google Books.
- Campbell R.J. (2004), Campbell's Psychiatric Dictionary. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 483
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