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con-iungō iūnxī, iūnctus, ere,

to fasten together, connect, join, unite, gather: calamos cerā, V.: eam epistulam cum hac: huic (navi) alteram, Cs.: dextrae dextram, O.—Fig., to join, unite, associate: cohortes cum exercitu, Cs.: alquem cum deorum laude, i. e. put on an equality with: cum reo criminum societate coniungi: noctem diei, added, Cs.: arma finitimis, L.: se in negotio: vocalīs, to contract: bellum, to wage in concert: ne tantae nationes coniungantur, Cs.: passūs, walk together, O.: dictis facta, to add, Ta.: abstinentiam cibi, to persist in, Ta.—To compose, compound, make up: e duplici genere voluptatis coniunctus: conubia Sabinorum. — To connect, unite, attach, ally: se tecum adfinitate, N.: tota domus coniugio coniungitur: alquam alcui matrimonio, L.: coniungi Poppaeae, Ta.: (eum) sibi, Cs.: Ausonios Teucris foedere, V.: amicitiam: societatem, S.: bellum, to unite in: cum amicis iniuriam.

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