/koʊˈædʒənət/ (say koh'ajuhnuht)

united by growth; closely joined.
{Latin coadūnātus, past participle, joined together}
coadunation /koʊˌædʒəˈneɪʃən/ (say koh.ajuh'nayshuhn), noun

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Coadunate — Co*ad u*nate (?; 135), a. [L. coadunatus, p. p. of coadunare to unite. See {Adunation}.] (Bot.) United at the base, as contiguous lobes of a leaf. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • coadunate — I adjective adherent, adhering, adhesive, agglomerate, aggregate, aggregated, allied, amalgamative, assembled, associated, centralized, clinging, coagulated, coagulative, coalesced, coalescent, cohering, cohesive, combined, compact, concerted,… …   Law dictionary

  • coadunate — [kō aj′ə nit, kō aj′ənāt΄] adj. [LL coadunatus, pp. of coadunare, to unite < L co , together + adunare, to join < ad , to + unare, to unite < unus, ONE] 1. united; joined together 2. Biol. grown together coadunation n …   English World dictionary

  • coadunate — adj. [L. coadunare, to unite with] 1. Combined or joined together. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Elytra when permanently united at the suture …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • coadunate — coadunation, n. /koh aj euh nit, nayt /, adj. Zool., Bot. united by growth. [1600 10; < LL coadunatus (ptp. of coadunare to unite), equiv. to co CO + ad AD + un(us) one + atus ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • coadunate — adjective Closely joined (by growing together) …   Wiktionary

  • coadunate — co·ad·u·nate …   English syllables

  • coadunate — co•ad•u•nate [[t]koʊˈædʒ ə nɪt, ˌneɪt[/t]] adj. bio bio united by having joined during growth • Etymology: 1600–10; < L coadūnātus, ptp. of coadūnāre to unite < co co +ad ad +ūnus one co•ad u•na′tion, n …   From formal English to slang

  • coadunate —   a. combine into one;, a. united.    ♦ coadunation, n.    ♦ coadunative, a …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • coadunate — I. kōˈajəˌnāt transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Late Latin coadunatus, past participle of coadunare, from Latin co + Late Latin adunare, from Latin ad + Late Latin unare, from Latin unus one more at one : to unite into one : combine …   Useful english dictionary

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