relating to those times when people visit their convict spouses in jail for the sole purpose of having sex, doing the deed, taking a vacation down south
After the eighteenth conjugal visit in three months, Al Capone's wife decided he just wasn't worth it and filed for a restraining order.
by Al Capone February 26, 2005
relating to the times when people visit their convict spouses in jail for the sole purpose of having sex, doing the deed, taking a vacation down south
After the eighteenth conjugal visit in two months, Al Capone's wife decided he just wasn't worth it and filed for a restraining order.
by Al Capone February 26, 2005
(teaching grammar) "Yakko, do you know how to conjugate?"
"Who, me? I've never even kissed a girl!"
"No, it's easy. Here, I'll conjugate with you."
"Goodnight, everybody!"
by Shay Guy July 17, 2008
The hard part about learning a new language. Conjugating the verb is changing the end of the verb so it fits the tense (past or present?), number (singular or plural?), person (1st, 2nd, 3rd?), and many other fancy grammatical aspects (perfect, imperfect?) of the rest of the sentence.
In German class, Brandon had to conjugate the verb machen:

Ich mache der kase.
Du machst der kase.
Er macht der kase.
Wir machen der kase.
Ihr macht der kase.
Sie machen der kase.

He was exhausted by the end of class.
by aleclair November 11, 2005
The inflection of verbs.

The whole set of inflected forms of a verb or the recital or display thereof in a fixed order: The conjugation of the Latin verb amo begins amō, amas, amat.

A class of verbs having similar sets of inflected forms: the Latin second conjugation.
amo
amas
amat
amamus
amatis
amant

That is the 1st conjugation in Latin for the word amo.
by Lovah18 October 8, 2006

The inflection of verbs.

The whole set of inflected forms of a verb or the recital or display thereof in a fixed order: The conjugation of the Latin verb amo begins amo, amas, amat.

A class of verbs having similar sets of inflected forms: the Latin second conjugation.
amo
amas
amat
amamus
amatis
amant

That is the 1st conjugation in Latin for the word amo.
by Lovah18 February 24, 2007