From modern Latin Insessores ‘perchers’, from Latin insidere (“sit upon”), from in- + sedere (“sit”).
- pertaining to a member of the Order Insessores, or perching birds; perching or designed for perching
- 1974, Guy Davenport, Tatlin!:
- Bruno stood by the fire of sticks and pineknots, nursing his coffee, his cock snub and insessorial in the codpiece of his curt briefs.