Urban Dictionary: secum - Se cum
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From Latin sē (the ablative of suī) + cum (“with”). Two, not necessarily mutually exclusive explanations have been offered: The first explanation was offered by. From Latin sē (the ablative of suī) + cum ("with"). The first explanation was offered by Cicero, who believed that the normal word order of cum nōbīs "with us" would sound too much like cunnō bīs "twice in the cunt", so the words were reversed. A modern explanation is that the.