MEANING: noun: A man who indiscriminately seduces women.

ETYMOLOGY: While the word was popularized after Lothario, a character in the play The Fair Penitent (1703), it first appeared in Don Quixote in which nobleman Anselmo tests his wife’s fidelity by recruiting his friend Lothario to seduce her. Earliest documented use: 1756.

NOTHARIO - a would-be Don Juan who's lost his touch

LOTSARIO - what you get at Carnival time

OTHARIO - Horatio got all mixed up