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I was looking up the etymology for Succubus and Incubus to find a gender neutral term, and I found your post. From what I can tell, Incubus comes from in+cubare, Latin for “to lie upon” and succubus from sub+cubare, Latin for “to lie beneath.” Using this knowledge, I made the term Procubus, which should be the equivalent of “to lie beside.” I thought to share it with you, in hopes that you may find it useful.

knitmeapony:

rachelbearenson:

tchy:

fuckyeahmonsterenbies:

Hey this is a really interesting concept to consider!  Also takes away the sexism that incu/succubus connotate.  Thanks,

-Cat 

I’ve been using “concubus” for years—that one’s “to lie with.” Same root as “concubine,” actually.

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