cyprido-, cyprid-, cypri-, cyprid-,

(Greek: Kypris, a name for Venus or Aphrodite; a lewd or licentious woman)

Of or pertaining to Cypress, the reputed birthplace and center of the cult that worshiped Aphrodite [goddess of love in Greek mythology, corresponding to the Roman goddess Venus]; a lewd or licentious woman whose conduct was inspired by Aphrodite. By extension, it refers to sexual intercourse or venereal disease.
1. A native or inhabitant of Cyprus.
2. Of or relating to Cyprus or its people or culture.
3. A woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money; a prostitute.
4. Resembling the ancient orgiastic worship of Aphrodite on Cyprus.
5. Noting or pertaining to the worship of Aphrodite or to conduct inspired by Aphrodite.

In allusion to Cyprus, formerly famous for the worship of Aphrodite, someone who is lascivious, unchaste, a courtesan, a lewd or profligate man or woman, a prostitute.

cypridopathy (s) (noun) (no pl)
Another term for an illness with a venereal disease: Cypridopathy is an illness passed on or conveyed by sexual or genital interaction.
cyprinophobia, cyprianophobia (s) (noun); cyprinophobias, cyprianophobias (pl)
A revulsion of lewd, immoral women: Individuals who are troubled with cyprinophobia are afraid of getting diseases from prostitutes, while others think they are evil and should be avoided.
A prostitute or whore.
A strong fondness for or love of prostitutes.