Suc"cu*ba (?), n.; pl. Succubae (#). [NL., fr. L. succubare to lie under; sub under + cubare to lie down; cf. L. succuba, succubo, one who lies under another.]
A female demon or fiend. See Succubus.
Though seeming in shape a woman natural
Was a fiend of the kind that succubae some call.
Mir. for Mag.
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