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# conjugate

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Noun, Verb (usu participle), Verb (transitive), Verb (intransitive), Adjective
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con=ju=gate

## CIDE DICTIONARY

conjugatea. [L. conjugatus, p. p. or conjugare to unite; con- + jugare to join, yoke, marry, jugum yoke; akin to jungere to join. See Join.].
•  United in pairs; yoked together; coupled.  [1913 Webster]
•  In single pairs; coupled.  [1913 Webster]
•  Containing two or more compounds or radicals supposed to act the part of a single one.  [1913 Webster]
•  Agreeing in derivation and radical signification; -- said of words.  [1913 Webster]
•  Presenting themselves simultaneously and having reciprocal properties; -- frequently used in pure and applied mathematics with reference to two quantities, points, lines, axes, curves, etc.  [1913 Webster]
Conjugate axis of a hyperbola (Math.), the line through the center of the curve, perpendicular to the line through the two foci. -- Conjugate diameters (Conic Sections), two diameters of an ellipse or hyperbola such that each bisects all chords drawn parallel to the other. -- Conjugate focus (Opt.) See under Focus. -- Conjugate mirrors (Optics), two mirrors so placed that rays from the focus of one are received at the focus of the other, especially two concave mirrors so placed that rays proceeding from the principal focus of one and reflected in a parallel beam are received upon the other and brought to the principal focus. -- Conjugate point (Geom.), an acnode. See Acnode, and Double point. -- Self-conjugate triangle (Conic Sections), a triangle each of whose vertices is the pole of the opposite side with reference to a conic.
conjugaten. [L. conjugatum a combining, etymological relationship.].
•  A word agreeing in derivation with another word, and therefore generally resembling it in signification.  [1913 Webster]
"We have learned, in logic, that conjugates are sometimes in name only, and not in deed."  [1913 Webster]
•  A complex compound formed from the non-covalent union of two other comounds, behaving as a single compound.  [1913 Webster]
conjugatev. t.
•  To unite in marriage; to join.  Sir H. Wotton.  [1913 Webster]
•  To inflect (a verb), or give in order the forms which it assumes in its several voices, moods, tenses, numbers, and persons.  [1913 Webster]
conjugatev. i.
To unite in a kind of sexual union, as two or more cells or individuals among the more simple plants and animals.  [1913 Webster]

## OXFORD DICTIONARY

--v.
1 tr. Gram. give the different forms of (a verb).
2 intr. a unite sexually. b (of gametes) become fused.
3 intr. Chem. (of protein) combine with non-protein.
1 joined together, esp. as a pair.
2 Gram. derived from the same root.
3 Biol. fused.
4 Chem. (of an acid or base) related by loss or gain of an electron.
5 Math. joined in a reciprocal relation, esp. having the same real parts, and equal magnitudes but opposite signs of imaginary parts.
--n. a conjugate word or thing.

Derivative
Etymology
L conjugare yoke together (as com-, jugare f. jugum yoke)

## THESAURUS

### conjugate

accouple, accumulate, affiliate, affiliated, agglutinate, allied, amalgamated, amass, analyze, articulate, assemble, assimilated, associate, associated, band, biconjugate, bigeminate, bijugate, blended, bond, bound, bracket, bracketed, bridge, bridge over, cement, chain, clap together, coalesce, coincident, collateral, collect, combinative, combinatory, combine, combined, compact, comprehensive, comprise, concatenate, concurrent, conglobulate, conjoin, conjoint, conjugated, conjunct, conjunctive, connect, connected, connective, consolidated, copulate, corporate, correlated, couple, couple up, coupled, cover, decline, derivative, double-harness, double-team, echoic, eclectic, embrace, encompass, etymologic, fused, gather, glue, hyphenate, implicated, include, inclusive, incorporated, inflect, integrated, interlinked, interlocked, interrelated, involved, join, joined, joint, knot, knotted, lay together, league, lexical, lexicographic, lexicologic, lexigraphic, link, linked, lump together, mark, marry, marshal, mass, match, matched, mate, mated, merge, merged, mixed, mobilize, of that ilk, of that kind, one, onomastic, onomatologic, onomatopoeic, pair, pair off, paired, parallel, parenthesize, paronymic, paronymous, parse, piece together, point, punctuate, put together, related, roll into one, solder, span, splice, spliced, stick together, syncretistic, syncretized, synthesized, take in, tape, team, team up, tie, tied, twinned, unify, unite, united, wed, wedded, weld, yoke, yoked

## ROGET THESAURUS

### Word

N word, term, vocable, name, phrase, root, etymon, derivative, part of speech, ideophone, dictionary, vocabulary, lexicon, glossary, index, concordance, thesaurus, gradus, delectus, etymology, derivation, glossology, terminology orismology, paleology, lexicography, glossographer, lexicologist, verbarian, verbal, literal, titular, nominal, conjugate, paronymous, derivative, verbally, verbatim, the artillery of words.

### Duality

N duality, dualism, duplicity, biplicity, biformity, polarity, two, deuce, couple, duet, brace, pair, cheeks, twins, Castor and Pollux, gemini, Siamese twins, fellows, yoke, conjugation, dispermy, doublets, dyad, span, two, twin, dual, dualistic, double, binary, binomial, twin, biparous, dyadic, conduplicate, duplex, biduous, binate, diphyletic, dispermic, unijugate, tete-a-tete, coupled, conjugate, both, both the one and the other.

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