annectent

or an·nec·tant

[uh-nek-tuh nt]
adjective Zoology.
  1. connecting or linking, as a group of animals transitional between two other species, families, classes, etc.

Origin of annectent

1820–30; < Latin annectent- (stem of annectēns tying to, present participle of annectere), equivalent to an- an-2 + nect- bind + -ent- -ent
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annectent in Medicine

annectent

[ə-nĕktənt]
adj.
  1. Connected with; joined.
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