[koh-i-tuh s] /ˈkoʊ ɪ təs/
sexual intercourse, especially between a man and a woman.
technical terms for sexual intercourse
“copulation,” 1713, scientific Latin, from Latin coitus “a meeting together; sexual union,” past participle of coire, from com- “together” (see co-) + ire “come, go,” (see ion). In Middle English as coite (early 15c.). Used in English in general senses of “meeting, uniting,” and also of magnetic force, planetary conjunction, etc., before sexual sense came to predominate.
coitus co·i·tus (kō’ĭ-təs, kō-ē’-)
Sexual union between a male and a female involving insertion of the penis into the vagina. Also called coition, copulation.
noun a fear of sexual intercourse Word Origin Latin coitus ‘sexual intercourse’
[koh-ish-uh n] /koʊˈɪʃ ən/ noun 1. . n. 1540s, “going together, coming together,” from Late Latin coitionem (nominative coitio), noun of action from coitus, past participle of coire “to go together, come together” (see coitus). Meaning “sexual copulation” is attested in English from 1610s.
[koh-lee-op-ter-uh n, kol-ee-] /ˌkoʊ liˈɒp tər ən, ˌkɒl i-/ adjective 1. belonging or pertaining to the order . noun 2. a beetle. /ˌkɒlɪˈɒptərən/ noun 1. any of the insects of the cosmopolitan order Coleoptera, in which the forewings are modified to form shell-like protective elytra. The order includes the beetles and weevils adjective 2. of, […]
[koh-lee-op-ter-uh n, kol-ee-] /ˌkoʊ liˈɒp tər ən, ˌkɒl i-/ noun, plural coleoptera [koh-lee-op-ter-uh, kol-ee-] /ˌkoʊ liˈɒp tər ə, ˌkɒl i-/ (Show IPA) 1. a coleopterous insect; beetle.