Definition of coniunctus
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LEM
coniūnctus, coniūncta, coniūnctum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. connected
  2. [of places] adjoining, bordering upon, near, close
  3. connected by marriage, married
  4. united by relationship, associated, allied, kindred, intimate, friendly
  5. [figuratively] connected, pertaining, accordant, agreeing, conformable
Abbreviations
coniūnctus adj. with comp. and sup. P. of coniungo, connected: ratis coniuncta crepidine saxi Expositis scalis, V.

—Of places, adjoining, bordering upon, near, close: loca castris, Cs.: Paphlagonia Cappadociae, N.

— Connected by marriage, married: digno viro, V.

—United by relationship, associated, allied, kindred, intimate, friendly: civium omnium sanguis, kindred: cum aliquo vinculis adfinitatis: equites concordiā coniunctissimi: sanguine, S.: propinquitatibus adfinitatibusque, Cs.: quis mihi debet esse coniunctior?: ab stirpe Atridis, V.: inter se coniunctissimi: Pompeium coniunctum (sc. sibi) non offendit, N.: sontibus, Cu.: populo R. civitas, Cs.: in re p., i. e. of the same party.

—Fig., connected, pertaining, accordant, agreeing, conformable: esse quiddam inter nos: nihil cum virtute: iustitia intellegentiae: vanitati coniunctior quam liberalitati: libido scelere: constantia inter augures, harmonious.
 
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