KJV Dictionary Definition: copulate


COPULATE, a. Joined. Little used.

COPULATE, v.t. L. To unite; to join in pairs. Little used.

COPULATE, v.i. To unite in sexual embrace; applied to animals in general.


COPULATION, n. L. The act of coupling; the embrace of the sexes in the act of generation; coition.


COPULATIVE, a. That unites or couples. In grammar, the copulative conjunction connects two or more subjects or predicates, in an affirmative or negative proposition; as, riches and honors are temptations to pride; the Romans conquered Spain and gaul and Britain; neither wealth nor honors will purchase immortal happiness.


1. A copulative conjunction.

2. Connection. Not in use.