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CONJUGATION, noun [Latin]

1. A couple or pair; as a conjugation of nerves. [Little Used.]

2. The act of uniting or compiling; union; assemblage.

3. In grammar, the distribution of the several inflections or variations of a verb, in their different voices, modes, tenses, numbers and persons; a connected scheme of all the derivative forms of a verb.