Definition of swive in English:

swive

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Pronunciation: /swʌɪv
 
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verb

[with object] archaic or humorous
Have sexual intercourse with.
More example sentences
  • Ragnor Magnusson was in the midst of swiving the most beautiful woman in all the Norselands, and he was bored.
  • And all the pretty little girls that our heroes swived were just being lied to and used.
  • Dr Poynting said swiving was a 17th century word for sex, found in the erotic verses of the Earl of Rochester, and was equivalent in those days to the crudest modern swear words.

Origin

Middle English: apparently from the Old English verb swīfan 'move (along a course), sweep'.

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