from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To reap, to cut for harvest.
- v. To copulate with (a woman).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To copulate with (a woman).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To perform the act of copulation with; have sexual intercourse.
It was a bold move, and one that showed her resourcefulness, since he most decidedly had not asked her to dance, knowing that it would only heighten his urge to carry her off and swive her senseless.
And agree to swive all who dare slumber and sleep.
The twist is, Ranulph cannot now - um - swive the now orphaned Lady Maud Clifford, his love interest, because of her strong resemblance to her father.
"Don't take more than two or three minutes, no bones about the money, never wants nothin" but a simple swive.
“But he surely wanted to swive—so he set me up here, kept me fed and clothed—trying to lift my skirts all the while.”
On the other hand, the heads of household who had chosen him were taken aback when he refused the honor of being the man hereabouts who would swive the next Spring Queen.
"Yes," answered she; "and all I ask of thee now is to gird thy loins and strengthen thy resolution and swive thy best."
"The lover's not healed of the pangs of desire By clips nor by kisses, excepting he swive."
She proffered me a tender kaze; But I, "I will not swive," replied.
'An if thou swive me not forthright, as one should swive his wife, * Thou be made a cuckold straight, reproach it not to me.