cohabitate

[koh-hab-i-teyt]

verb (used without object), co·hab·i·tat·ed, co·hab·i·tat·ing.


Nearby words

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  2. cogwheel respiration,
  3. cogwheel rigidity,
  4. cohab,
  5. cohabit,
  6. cohabitation,
  7. cohan,
  8. cohan, george m.,
  9. cohan, george michael,
  10. cohanim

Origin of cohabitate

1625–35; < Late Latin cohabitātus, past participle of cohabitāre cohabit; see -ate1

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Word Origin and History for cohabitates

cohabitate

v.

1630s, from Late Latin cohabitatus, past participle of cohabitare (see cohabitation). Related: Cohabitated; cohabitating.

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