coeno- + nymph + -ic, from Ancient Greek κοινός (koinós, “common”) with νύμφη (númphē, “young bride, nymph, girl”).
coenonymphic (comparative more coenonymphic, superlative most coenonymphic)
- Pertaining to girls together or as a community; lesbian.
- 1982, John Fowles, Mantissa:
- ‘So if you are secretly attempting to drive us to coenonymphic or pseudoterguminal stimulation, I can tell you this now – no chance. Is that clearly understood?’