Etymology
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sext (v.)

by 2005, from contraction of sex (n.) + text (v.). Related: Sexted; sexting.

sext (n.)

early 15c., "third of the lesser canonical hours," from Latin sexta (hora), fem. of sextus, ordinal of sex (see six).

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Definitions of sext

sext (n.)
the fourth of the seven canonical hours; about noon;
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