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Coptic the Afro-Asiatic language of ancient Egypt now extinct except for ritual use in the Coptic Church. [3 definitions]
Coptic Church the Egyptian Christian church, which holds as its doctrine that Jesus Christ's nature was single and divine.
copublish combined form of publish.
copublisher combined form of publisher.
copula something that joins or links; coupler. [3 definitions]
copulate to engage in the physical joining of sexual organs for the depositing of sperm.
copulative coupling or joining. [5 definitions]
copy a reproduction of an original. [8 definitions]
copybook a book of examples of handwriting, formerly used as models for young students to imitate. [3 definitions]
copycat (informal) a person who copies the behavior, gestures, or actions of another (used chiefly by children).
copy desk a desk in a newspaper office where copy is edited and prepared for typesetting, and where headlines are composed.
copyist one who makes written copies, usu. of documents. [2 definitions]
copy machine another name for photocopier.
copyreader one who edits and prepares newspaper copy for typesetting and publication.
copyright the exclusive legal right to make copies of, distribute, or perform all or part of a published or recorded work for a certain extended period of time. [3 definitions]
copyrightable combined form of copyright.
copywriter one who writes text for publication or broadcast, esp. for advertisements.
coq au vin a dish consisting of chicken browned and stewed in red wine with onions, mushrooms, and seasonings.
coquet to make playful romantic or sexual overtures; flirt. [2 definitions]
coquette a girl or woman who flirts excessively.
coquettishly in a playful or teasing manner; flirtatiously.