Catamite

Cat'a¬∑mite (kăt'ȧ*mīt) noun [ Latin Catamitus , an old form of Ganymedes Ganymede, Greek Ganymh`dhs .] A boy kept for unnatural purposes.
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catamite

noun a boy who submits to a sexual relationship with a man
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Catamite

• (n.) A boy kept for unnatural purposes.
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Catamite

A catamite is a young boy kept for homosexual sex by an older man. The practice occurred in ancient Greece, where older men would take boys with the parents permission as homosexual lovers, and in return ensured the boy received an education, thereby relieving the parents of the financial burden of paying for the boy's education. The ancient Mayas ...
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Catamite

In its modern usage the term catamite refers to a boy as the passive or receiving partner in anal intercourse with a man. In its ancient usage a catamite (Latin catamitus) was a pubescent boy who was the intimate companion of a young man in ancient Greece and Rome, usually in a pederastic friendship. It was usually a term of affection and literall...
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catamite

boy kept for homosexual purposes
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