concubinary

[kon-kyoo-buh-ner-ee, kong-]
noun, plural con·cu·bi·nar·ies.
  1. a person who lives in concubinage.

Origin of concubinary

From the Medieval Latin word concubīnārius, dating back to 1555–65. See concubine, -ary
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