conjugation

[ kon-juh-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF conjugation

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Conjugation takes place in a different manner in different cases.

These people have no idea of germinal cells or their conjugation.

But I am aware that some cases of conjugation are opposed to any such views.

The other tenses are conjugated, as is ari,u, in the second conjugation.

It is added to the roots of verbs and conjugated in the third conjugation.

It is formulated correctly for the third conjugation, below.

A verb is a word capable of declension and conjugation also.

Hence with forms like fed and led we are in doubt as to the conjugation.

This process of conjugation is just the opposite to that of division.

An example of a root of the AN conjugation is sanghid ‘ask permission’.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Latin conjugationem (nominative conjugatio) "a combining, connecting," noun of action from conjugare "to join together" (see conjugal). Grammatical sense is 1520s.

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