cohaereo

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Etymology[edit]

From co- +‎ haereō (cleave, cling).

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present active cohaereō, present infinitive cohaerēre, perfect active cohaesī, supine cohaesum

  1. I cling, cleave or stick cling (closely) together; I am united, cohere, adhere.
  2. I am composed of, consist of or in.
  3. (of persons) I am near, close or united.
  4. (in discourse) I am closely connected, belong together.
  5. (in thought) I am consistent (with), agree (together), I am in agreement (with), harmonize (with).
  6. I hold myself together, maintain myself, remain, exist.
  7. I am in contact with or contiguous to.

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References[edit]

  • cohaereo in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879