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coadunate

[ koh-aj-uh-nit, -neyt ]
/ koʊˈædʒ ə nɪt, -ˌneɪt /
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adjective Zoology, Botany.
united by growth.
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Origin of coadunate

1600–10; <Late Latin coadūnātus (past participle of coadūnāre to unite), equivalent to co-co- + ad-ad- + ūn(us) one + -ātus-ate1

OTHER WORDS FROM coadunate

co·ad·u·na·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for coadunate

coadunate
/ (kəʊˈædjʊnɪt, -ˌneɪt) /

adjective
biology another word for connate (def. 3)

Derived forms of coadunate

coadunation, nouncoadunative, adjective

Word Origin for coadunate

C19: from Late Latin coadūnāre to join together, from Latin adūnāre to join to, from ūnus one
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