coitus now began to be much more pleasurable for him, but to his wife still attended with pain.
coitus, though incomplete, took place some seven times on this first night.
coitus reservatus was erected into a principle in the Oneida community.
This I later practised in coitus prolongatus—giving the partner time to come up.
"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.