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 (Latin catamitus) was a handsome youth kept as a sexual companion in ancient Rome, usually in a pederastic relationship. The word derives from the proper noun Catamitus, the Latinized form of Ganymede, the beautiful Trojan youth abducted by Zeus to be his companion and cupbearer. The Etruscan form of the name was Catmite, from an altern
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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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