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coadunate

transitive verb co·ad·u·nate \kōˈajəˌnāt\

Definition of coadunate

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  to unite into one :  combine

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Origin and Etymology of coadunate

Late Latin coadunatus, past participle of coadunare, from Latin co- + Late Latin adunare, from Latin ad- + Late Latin unare, from Latin unus one — more at one


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coadunate

adjective co·ad·u·nate

Definition of coadunate

  1. :  grown together and confluent :  united

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Origin and Etymology of coadunate

Latin coadunatus


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