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cōnectō (not connecto), —, nexus, ere

com+ necto, to bind together, connect, entwine, join, unite, link: omnia inter se conexa: (apes) pedibus conexae ad limina pendent, V.: nodos, O.— Fig., to connect: amicitia cum voluptate conectitur: discrimini patris filiam, to involve in, Ta.— In discourse, to connect, join, compose: illud ex pluribus continuatis conectitur: Verba, H. — In philos., to conclude, infer: omne, quod ipsum ex se conexum sit, every identical proposition.

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