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Alternative forms 
Sense of “non-sexual” dates in English to 17th century, early to 15th century in Latin; see platonic love for details.
- (usually capitalized) Of or relating to the philosophical views of Plato and his successors.
- Not sexual in nature; platonic love.
- They are good friends, but the relationship is strictly platonic.
Derived terms 
not sexual in nature
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