What is another word for concubine?

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[ kənkjˈuːba͡ɪn], [ kənkjˈuːba‍ɪn], [ k_ə_n_k_j_ˈuː_b_aɪ_n]

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The word "concubine" comes from the Latin concubinus, meaning "possessor of a concubine." In ancient Rome, a concubine was a female slave or prostitute who was not married to the man with whom she was living. Concubines were often used as sexual objects by their owners.

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