swive

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swive

(swaɪv)
vb
(Physiology) archaic to have sexual intercourse with (a person)
[Old English swīfan to revolve, swivel]

swive


Past participle: swived
Gerund: swiving

Imperative
swive
swive
Present
I swive
you swive
he/she/it swives
we swive
you swive
they swive
Preterite
I swived
you swived
he/she/it swived
we swived
you swived
they swived
Present Continuous
I am swiving
you are swiving
he/she/it is swiving
we are swiving
you are swiving
they are swiving
Present Perfect
I have swived
you have swived
he/she/it has swived
we have swived
you have swived
they have swived
Past Continuous
I was swiving
you were swiving
he/she/it was swiving
we were swiving
you were swiving
they were swiving
Past Perfect
I had swived
you had swived
he/she/it had swived
we had swived
you had swived
they had swived
Future
I will swive
you will swive
he/she/it will swive
we will swive
you will swive
they will swive
Future Perfect
I will have swived
you will have swived
he/she/it will have swived
we will have swived
you will have swived
they will have swived
Future Continuous
I will be swiving
you will be swiving
he/she/it will be swiving
we will be swiving
you will be swiving
they will be swiving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been swiving
you have been swiving
he/she/it has been swiving
we have been swiving
you have been swiving
they have been swiving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been swiving
you will have been swiving
he/she/it will have been swiving
we will have been swiving
you will have been swiving
they will have been swiving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been swiving
you had been swiving
he/she/it had been swiving
we had been swiving
you had been swiving
they had been swiving
Conditional
I would swive
you would swive
he/she/it would swive
we would swive
you would swive
they would swive
Past Conditional
I would have swived
you would have swived
he/she/it would have swived
we would have swived
you would have swived
they would have swived
References in periodicals archive ?
If Marche wants to find a more congenial literary advocate of jovial swiving, let him look to his Chaucer
What's been a surprise to me is that this jewel of English literature, a lot of it is about farting and swiving - which is Chaucer's word for doing the dirty deed, which we're trying to bring back into usage in the English language
Hinksey has been appointed as rector at Swiving Monachorum--the name might be rendered "the Monks' screwing-place" in modern English--perhaps in order to extract one more laugh at the implicitly below-decks language of Mrs.
One decoded line reads: "I imagine that there is one way possible that you may get a swiving from me".
Thus he welcomes us to his feast on what might be Inflation Sunday during Hypocrites' Holiday in the year of the Warmonger, two thousand four, or maybe fifteen thirty-two, it's much the same, since swilling, swiving, corruption and conniving, fanaticism, bigotry, and bloodshed haven't changed, and the sports bars are still full of opinion.
The first of these characterizations is dismissive in the oedipal mode of the end of the tale: Alison is an appendage of the men, the object of their swiving and an invitation to masculine laughter and contempt.