concumbo

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Etymology[edit]

cum (with) + a root *cumbō, related to cubō (lie, recline); cf. also accumbō, incumbō, succumbō, and concubeō.

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present active concumbō, present infinitive concumbere, perfect active concubuī, supine concubitum

  1. (intransitive) I lie with (for sexual intercourse)

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