Groups
Action
Primary Base juk*

Child Elements  

juk* act m itg Junction.
junq* ab tr To join.
pont* ac (v) To bridge (a separation), join together.
(n) Bridge, connection.

Links  

Name/Link ΒΆ Type Source/Type Consumption Date

Descendants  

jukew* Disjunction Lack of junction.
jukm* Joint Result of junction.
vinc* Vinculum Medium of junction (discrete or mass).

Cross-Reference

qluten* Glue Nondiscrete tangible vinculum.
mik* Mixture Combination or junction forming a whole without coherence.
spin* Pin Discrete vinculum, usually of metal, of filament form, generally intended for temporary junction.
skrof* Screw Discrete vinculum of rod form with a spiral feature, intended for permanent junction.
vertebr* Vertebra
* Yoke Means of restraint for subjection.

Notes

Coition

Coition, copulation; sexual congress, sexual conjunction, sexual intercourse.

Junction

Synonyms Antonyms
Essive juk* Junction. rup* Disjunction.
Dative agent jukod* rupod*
Dative patient jukend* rupend*
Generative jukor* rupor*
Abessive jukew* rupew*
Ablative agent jukemp* rupemp*
Ablative patient jukolv* rupolv*
Means jukaq* rupaq*
Result jukm* Joint. rupm*, find* Fissure.

Junction and Conjunctive Quantity

juk* Junction.
qed* Addition.
merg* Combination.
mik* Mixture.

nejuk* Disjunction.
ly* Decomposition.

Junction synonyms

Joinder, union; connection, conjunction, conjugation; annexion, annexation, annexment [rare]; astriction, attachment, compagination [rare], subjunction, vincture [obs.], ligation, alligation; accouplement; marriage (wedlock) [See Marriage]; infibulation, inosculation, symphysis, anastomosis, confluence, communication, concatenation; meeting, reunion; assemblage [See Assemblage].