[koh-in-ven-ter] /ˌkoʊ ɪnˈvɛn tər/
one of two or more joint .
[koir] /kɔɪr/ noun 1. the prepared fiber of the husk of the coconut fruit, used in making rope, matting, etc. /kɔɪə/ noun 1. the fibre prepared from the husk of the coconut, used in making rope and matting n. “prepared coconut fiber,” 1580s, from Malayalam kayar “cord,” from kayaru “to be twisted.”
/kwar/ noun 1. the French name for Chur
[koi-struh l] /ˈkɔɪ strəl/ noun, Archaic. 1. a scoundrel; knave.
/kɔɪt/ noun 1. (Austral, slang) buttocks; backside Also quoit n. “coition,” 1670s, from Latin coitus “going together,” also “coition,” from coire “to go together” (see coitus).