Translation: from latin
firm joining together
SCALARIS,Inscr. Orell. 4570:
petrosolinum sternes inter spatia structionis (olivarum),between the layers of the heap, Pall. Nov. 22, 5.—Trop.: arma venatoribus parabunt, ut retia, venabula, sagittas et quicquid ad structionem ejus studii pertinet, apparatus, Firm. Math. 8, 9:
ratio et structio fidei,Tert. Pat. 3.
4 coāgmentumcoāgmentum ī, n [cogo], a joining together, joint: inter coagmenta lapidum, Cs.* * *joint; (vertical between stones); overlapping side of tile; joining (letters)
5 commissūracommissūra ae, f [committo], a joining together, joint, seam, juncture, commissure: molles digitorum: mirabiles ossium: pluteorum, Cs.* * *joint, juncture, seam, gap; intersection, common point; boundary/dividing line
6 compāctiōcompāctiō ōnis, f [compingo], a joining together: membrorum.* * *framework, structure; act/action of fitting/joining together
7 compāgēs (conp-)compāgēs (conp-) is, f [com- + PAC-], a joining together, joint, structure: Efficere lapidum conpagibus arcum, O.: laxae laterum, V.: artae, V.: compagibus aquam accipere (of a ship), L.: scutorum, Ta.—Fig.: in his compagibus corporis, bodily structures.
8 cōnexuscōnexus (not conn-), adj. [P. of conecto], adjoining: aedificia, Ta.* * *Ijoined/linked; bound by ties; contiguous; related/associated/interdependentIIconnection; joining together; combination (L+S)
9 conglūtinātiōconglūtinātiō ōnis, f [conglutino], a cementing, joining: verborum. — A union, compound: recens.* * *joint; joining by cohesion; gluing/cementing/joining together (L+S)
10 cōnstrūctiōcōnstrūctiō ōnis, f [construo], a putting together, building, construction: hominis.—Fig., in discourse, arrangement: verborum.* * *erection, putting/joining together; building, construction; arrangement (words)
11 cōpulātuscōpulātus adj. with comp. [P. of copulo], joined, united, connected: quaedam (opp. simplicia): verba: nihil copulatius quam, etc.* * *Icopulata -um, copulatior -or -us, copulatissimus -a -um ADJclosely connected/associated/joined (blood/marriage); intimate; compound/complexIIconnecting/joining together
12 iūnctūraiūnctūra ae, f [IV-], a joining, uniting, juncture, joint: tignorum, Cs.: iuncturae verticis, sutures, O.: laterum iuncturas fibula mordet, the united ends of the girdle, V.—Fig., a connection: generis, i. e. consanguinity, O.—Of words, a joining together: callida, i. e. a happy phrase, H.
13 struōstruō strūxī, strūctus, ere [STRV-], to place together, heap up, pile, arrange: quasi structa et nexa verbis, etc.: lateres, qui super musculo struantur, Cs.: ad sidera montīs, O.: ordine longam penum, V.: altaria donis, to load, V.: acervum, to pile up, H.— To make by joining together, build, erect, fabricate, make, form, construct: per speluncas saxis structas: Templa saxo structa vetusto, V.: domos, H.— To set in order, arrange, draw up: copias ante frontem castrorum, Cs.: omnīs armatos in campo, L.—Fig., to prepare, cause, occasion, devise, contrive, instigate: aliquid calamitatis: insidias: recuperandi regni consilia, L.: Quid struit? V.— To order, arrange, dispose, regulate: verba: bene structa conlocatio.* * *struere, struxi, structus Vbuild, construct
14 coagmentariusjoining together; union
16 compacturaact/action of fitting/joining together
17 compaginajoining together, combination; (peculiar to agrimensores/land surveyors)
18 connexusIjoined/linked; bound by ties; contiguous; related/associated/interdependentIIconnection; joining together; combination (L+S)
20 armusarmus, i, m., = harmos [arô; v. arma inct. ], pr., a joining together; the shoulder where it is fitted to the shoulder-blade, the fore quarter (opp. suffrago), and, with few exceptions, of the shoulder of an animal, while umerus designates that of men.I.Lit.: solus homo bipes: uni juguli, umeri;* II.
ceteris armi,Plin. 11, 43, 98, § 243:
digiti (Hippomenae in leonem mutati) curvantur in ungues: Ex umeris armi fiunt, Ov M. 10, 700.—So, elephantis,Plin. 11, 40, 95, § 233:
leonis,id. 11, 39, 94, § 229:
pantherae,id. 8, 17, 23, § 62 et saep.: leporis, Hor S. 2, 4, 44;
2, 8, 89: equi,id. ib. 1, 6, 106:
arietis,Vulg. Num. 6, 19; ib. Exod. 29, 27.—Of men:
latos huic hasta per armos Acta,Verg. A. 11, 644;
Paul. ex Fest. s. v. armita, p. 4 Müll.—And of the arms of men,Luc. 9, 831.—In a more extended sense, the whole side of an animal:
spumantis equi fodere calcaribus armos,Verg. A. 6, 881; cf. Hor. S. 1, 6, 106.
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