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Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895): coniunctus

coniunctus, a, um

zusammengefügt, vereinigt, verbunden, der Gegensatz zu separatus (←) .

Zu forma coniuncta → forma sub b; zu intellectus c. → intellectus sub a; zu locatum c. → locare; zu malum c. → malus sub c; zu medium c. → medium sub b; zu motor c. → motor; zu occasio c. → occasio; zu operatio c. → operatio sub b; zu organum c. → organum; zu passio c. → passio sub b; zu persona c. → persona sub c; zu potentia c. → potentia sub b; zu proportionalitas c. → proportionalitas; zu proprietas c. → proprietas sub a; zu res c. → res; zu speculum c. → speculum sub a; zu spiritus c. → spiritus; zu substantia c. → substantia sub b; zu terminus c. → terminus sub d; zu voluntas c. → voluntas sub c.