coitional

coition

[koh-ish-uhn]
noun

Origin:
1535–45; < Latin coitiōn- (stem of coitiō) a coming together, equivalent to coi- variant stem of coīre to come together (co- co- + īre to go) + -tiōn- -tion

coitional, adjective
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coition
1540s, "going together," from L. coitionem, noun of action from coit-, pp. stem of coire (see coitus). Meaning "sexual copulation" is attested in Eng. from 1615.
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