inconjunct

adjective in·conjunct \(¦)in, ən+\

Definition of inconjunct

archaic, of celestial bodies or zodiacal signs

  1. :  lacking conjunction

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Origin and Etymology of inconjunct

Late Latin inconjunctus unconnected, from Latin in- 1in- + conjunctus, past participle of conjungere to join together — more at conjoin


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