copulate

Fornication vs Copulate - What's the difference?

fornication | copulate |


As a noun fornication

is sexual intercourse, especially on the part of an unmarried person.

As a verb copulate is

to engage in sexual intercourse.

As an adjective copulate is

(obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

Conjugate vs Copulate - What's the difference?

conjugate | copulate |


In grammar|lang=en terms the difference between conjugate and copulate

is that conjugate is (grammar) agreeing in derivation and radical signification; said of words while copulate is (grammar) joining subject and predicate; copulative.

As verbs the difference between conjugate and copulate

is that conjugate is (grammar|transitive) to inflect (a verb) for each person, in order, for one or more tenses while copulate is to engage in sexual intercourse.

As adjectives the difference between conjugate and copulate

is that conjugate is united in pairs; yoked together; coupled while copulate is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

As a noun conjugate

is any entity formed by joining two or more smaller entities together.

Breeding vs Copulate - What's the difference?

breeding | copulate |


As adjectives the difference between breeding and copulate

is that breeding is of, relating to or used for breeding while copulate is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

As verbs the difference between breeding and copulate

is that breeding is while copulate is to engage in sexual intercourse.

As a noun breeding

is the process through which propagation, growth or development occurs.

Copulate - What does it mean?

copulate | |

Breed vs Copulate - What's the difference?

breed | copulate |


As verbs the difference between breed and copulate

is that breed is to produce offspring sexually; to bear young while copulate is to engage in sexual intercourse.

As a noun breed

is all animals or plants of the same species or subspecies.

As an adjective copulate is

(obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

Copulate vs Coitus - What's the difference?

copulate | coitus |


As a verb copulate

is to engage in sexual intercourse.

As an adjective copulate

is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

As a noun coitus is

the coming together of male and female sex organs, sometimes in the act of sexual procreation; the male's penis is inserted into the female's vagina, usually until orgasm and ejaculation of semen occur; copulation.

Copulate vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

copulate | cupulate |


As adjectives the difference between copulate and cupulate

is that copulate is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled while cupulate is cup-shaped.

As a verb copulate

is to engage in sexual intercourse.

Copulate vs Copulae - What's the difference?

copulate | copulae |


As a verb copulate

is to engage in sexual intercourse.

As an adjective copulate

is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

As a noun copulae is

.

Copulate vs Copulated - What's the difference?

copulate | copulated |


As verbs the difference between copulate and copulated

is that copulate is to engage in sexual intercourse while copulated is (copulate).

As an adjective copulate

is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled.

Copulate vs Populate - What's the difference?

copulate | populate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between copulate and populate

is that copulate is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled while populate is (obsolete) populous.

As verbs the difference between copulate and populate

is that copulate is to engage in sexual intercourse while populate is to supply with inhabitants; to people.

As adjectives the difference between copulate and populate

is that copulate is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled while populate is (obsolete) populous.

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