koit

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Estonian[edit]

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Related to Finnish koitto.

Noun[edit]

koit (genitive koidu, partitive koitu)

  1. the twilight before rising of the sun, dawn

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Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

koit

  1. plural form of koi

Verb[edit]

koit

  1. Second-person singular indicative past form of kokea.

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Volapük[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Latin coitus (coitus > koit) (cf. German: Koitus, Hungarian: koitusz, Basque: koito, French: coït, Catalan: coit, Dutch: coïtus, Galician: coito, Italian: coito, Portuguese: coito, Russian: коитус (kóitus), Spanish: coito, Esperanto: koito, Ido: koito)

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Noun[edit]

koit (plural koits)

  1. coitus, copulation, copulating, mating

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