noun in·ter·junc·tion \ˌintə(r)ˈjəŋkshən\

Definition of interjunction

  1. :  a joining of two or more things interjunction of roads

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Origin and Etymology of interjunction

Latin interjunctus (past participle of interjungere to join together, from inter- + jungere to join, yoke) + English -ion — more at yoke

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to cast off or become cast off

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