from Latin (ante- and post-classical) illecebrōsus, from illecebra charm, lure, enticement, from illicĕre to entice
From: The Boke Named the Governour
Devised by Sir Thomas Elyot, Knight
Edited from the First Edition of 1531
By Henry Herbert Stephen Croft
Volume I, 1883
Chapter VII. In what wise musike may be to a noble man necessarie: and what modestie ought to be therein.