Definition of disiunctus, diiunctus
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LEM
disiūnctus, disiūncta, disiūnctum
(dīiūnctus, dīiūncta, dīiūnctum)
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. parted, separate, distant, remote
  2. [figuratively] apart, different, remote, disconnected, strange
  3. of discourse
Abbreviations
disiūnctus (dīiūnc-) adj. with comp. and sup. P. of disiungo, parted, separate, distant, remote: disiunctissimae terrae: Aetolia procul a barbaris disiuncta gentibus.

—Fig., apart, different, remote, disconnected, strange: vita maxime a cupiditate: homines longe a nostrorum gravitate: nihil est ab eā cogitatione diiunctius: ratio, quae disiuncta coniungat, opposites.

—Of discourse: concursūs, abrupt.
 
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