Concupy
Concupy Con"cu*py, n. Concupiscence.

Note: [Used only in ``Troilus and Cressida''] --Shak. [1913 Webster]


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  • concupy — /kon(g)ˈkū pi/ (Shakespeare) noun Short form of ↑concupiscence (or perhaps of ↑concubine) …   Useful english dictionary

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