Definition of nympho in English:

nympho

noun

informal
  • A woman with strong sexual desires.

    • ‘Oh, and apparently sex-crazed nymphos are bad people.’
    • ‘Everyone laughed and Vanessa said, ‘I think Layla's a nympho.’’
    • ‘If I was a nympho or a sadomasochist, you'd give me a medal, ’I'd muttered, turning my back.’
    • ‘How can the story of a mentally defective kleptomaniac, a bookish nympho, a crippled FBI agent and a suicidal millionaire's son add up to anything but trouble?’
    • ‘She made all women look like shallow, air-headed nymphos!’
    • ‘Well, being a nympho I become sexually frustrated if I cannot have sex once an hour every day so yes, of course I'm a little tense.’
    • ‘It's not that I mind if a guy wants to ‘unleash my inner nympho.’’
    • ‘Too long has the free world laboured under the leadership (so-called) of knaves, nymphos and knuckle-heads.’
    • ‘Um, I've never had sex so there's no way I can be a nympho, or whatever you said.’
    • ‘There is this free date site filled with a bunch of nymphos.’
    • ‘She turns a card-carrying sister of Sappho into a man-hungry nympho.’
    • ‘This is the story of a lady - I use the term loosely, she's more of a nympho - in her late 20's.’
    • ‘Somehow she stopped being my annoying nympho of a roommate, and instead became just another girl in pain.’
    • ‘For the nymphos, she stresses, ‘Don't equate sex with a relationship.’’
    • ‘I'm weary of his monotone droning as he reads yet another story of yet another hapless, submissive male being dominated by yet another psychotic nympho.’
    • ‘Larry is in a sex chat room, where he meets ‘Anna’, a sex-crazed nympho, and arranges to meet her in real life.’
    • ‘What happens when you get offered a threesome with two nubile nymphos?’

Origin

1930s: short for nymphomaniac.

Pronunciation:

nympho

/ˈnɪmfəʊ/