[Medieval Latin amâtìvus, capable of love, from amâtus, past participle of Latin amâre, to love.]
lubricious (l¡-brîsh´es) also lubricous (l¡´brî-kes) adjective
1.Having a slippery or smooth quality.
2.Shifty or tricky.
3.a. Lewd; wanton. b. Sexually stimulating; salacious.
[Alteration of lubricous, from Latin lúbricus, slippery.]
bibulous (bîb´ye-les) adjective
1.Given to or marked by the consumption of alcoholic drink: a bibulous fellow; a bibulous evening.
2.Very absorbent, as paper or soil.
[From Latin bibulus, from bibere, to drink.]