Origin of conglutinateMiddle English conglutinaten from Classical Latin conglutinatus, past participle of conglutinare, to glue together from com-, together + glutinare, to glue from gluten, glue
intransitive verb-·nat·ed, -·nat·ing
intr. & tr.v.con·glu·ti·nat·ed, con·glu·ti·nat·ing, con·glu·ti·nates
- To become or cause to become stuck or glued together.
- Medicine To become or cause to become reunited, as bones or tissues.
Origin of conglutinateMiddle English conglutinaten from Latin conglūtināre conglūtināt- com- com- glūtināre to glue ( from glūten glūtin- glue )
(third-person singular simple present conglutinates, present participle conglutinating, simple past and past participle conglutinated)
- To stick or glue together
- To join together, to unite
- Glued together; united, as by some adhesive substance.