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  • I think in many cultures, men have affairs as well.

    October 23, 2007

  • I was making a social reference to the fact that men have concubines and women have affairs. There is a social acceptance for men to behave like this in many cultures, and that is evident in the words they use.

    October 23, 2007

  • According to the R.A.E. (Real Academia EspaƱola de la lengua), concubina hasn't masculine form. In Spanish, the only word cognate of concubina is concubinato. The word concubinato is used for refering to a relationship between a man and his concubine (English form for concubina)

    October 22, 2007

  • Probably the masculine form of concubina. The Seanahan dictionario de Espanol says "obscure".

    October 22, 2007