[ suhk-yuh-buh ]
/ ˈsʌk yə bə /


a succubus.

Origin of succuba

1550–60; < Latin: paramour, equivalent to succub(āre) to lie beneath (suc- suc- + cubāre to lie down; cf. concubine) + -a feminine noun suffix Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for succuba

  • These naps o' the afternoon are but provokers of Incubus,—ay, and Succuba into the bargain.

    The Infidel, Vol. I.|Robert Montgomery Bird
  • She is sly as a succuba and charming in her ways, and what more do I want!

    Very Woman|Remy de Gourmont