- Australian slang buttocks; backsideAlso: quoit
C20: perhaps a variant and special use of quoit, referring to roundness
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Examples from the Web for coit
Mrs. Coit paused, smilingly taking in the background of this interior.
Mr. Coit said he was alarmed at the expense of this business.
Mr. Coit, of Connecticut, had read Mr. Jeffersons Mazzei letter.The Life of Albert Gallatin
The House accordingly formed itself into a committee—Mr. Coit in the chair.
Mr. Coit wished to know whether it was necessary for the United States to intermeddle with this?
Word Origin and History for coit
"coition," 1670s, from Latin coitus "going together," also "coition," from coire "to go together" (see coitus).
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