cojoin

verb
co·join | \ˌkō-ˈjȯin \
cojoined; cojoining

Definition of cojoin 

: to join (two or more things or people) together : conjoin The drives began to click, and the parallel processors silently multiplied and cojoined huge numbers.— Richard Preston

First Known Use of cojoin

circa 1616, in the meaning defined above

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