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conjoin (verb), conjoins; conjoined; conjoining
1. To make contact or come together; to unite; to combine for a common purpose; to associate.
2. To join or to bring together two or more independent factors for a common purpose.
3. To bring a man and a woman together in marriage: "The couple was conjoined in marriage yesterday."

When conjoined, two distinct elements or people are brought together to act as one; such as, connected, united, or linked.

4. Etymology: from Old French conjoindre, "to meet, to come together", from Latin conjungere, "to join together"; from com-, "together" + jungere, "to join".
This entry is located in the following unit: junct-, jug-, join- (page 2)
(Greek: something fixed or fastened together; a suffix that denotes conjoined twins, the first element of a word denotes the parts fused)