Combination or junction forming a whole without coherence.

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diq* Dough Flour or meal combined with water, milk, etc., in a mass for baking into bread, cake, etc.
* Pulpiness Mixture of liquid and solid material.
wurst* Sausage Mixture of meat, spices and perhaps vegetables.

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Junction and Conjunctive Quantity

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

nejuk* Disjunction.
ly* Decomposition.

Mixture

mik* Act of mixture.

mikos* State of being mixed.

mikor* Generative.
mikod* Dative agent.
mikend* Dative patient.

mikordj* Origin.
mikepj* Destination.
mikaq* Means.
mikajat* Indicator.

Result of Mixture

mikm*, bland* Blend, alloy, amalgam; brass, chowchow, pewter; magma, half-and-half, mélange [F.], tertium quid [L.], miscellany, ambigu [obs.], medley, mess, hash, hodgepodge, hotchpotch, hotchpot, pasticcio [It.], patchwork, odds and ends, all sorts; jumble (disorder) [See Disorder]; salad, sauce, mash, omnium-gatherum [colloq.], gallimaufry, olla-podrida, olio, salmagundi, potpourri, Noah’s ark; texture; mingled yarn; mosaic (variegation) [See Variegation].
monq* Result of mixing ethnicities, races or breeds: Half-blood, half-breed, mongrel.

Mixture synonyms

Admixture, mixtion [obs.], admixtion, commixture, commixtion or commixion [obs.], intermixture, immixture, minglement, eucrasy [med.], interfusion, intertanglement, interlacement, interlacery, intertexture, levigation, alloyage; matrimony; miscegenation.\nImpregnation; infusion, diffusion, suffusion, transfusion; infiltration; seasoning, sprinkling, interlarding; interpolation [See Interjacence]; adulteration, sophistication