from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Joined in or forming pairs or a pair.
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- adj. Forming a pair.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, having the leaflets in pairs: said of pinnately compound leaves: used seldom of never except in composition with uni-, bi-, etc., as in unijugate, etc.
- In numismatics, same as accolated.
- To join or voke together; couple together.
- n. One of the Jugatæ.
Yet elevating Agrippina in coins that showed the newly married couple in jugate joined pose came with attendant risks.
He says the most he's paid for a single button is $60 for a 1904 jugate with Alton B. Parker and Henry Gassaway Davis.
One type of popular political button is the jugate, which has side-by-side images of the presidential and vice presidential candidates.
Resuming the thread of the history; tliis alliance, which the Jews had contracted witii I'gypt, augment - ed their confidence at a time when every considera - tion should have abated it; it elated them with the presumptuous notion, of being adequate to frustrate the designs of Nebuchadnezzar, or lather those cf God himself, who had declared that he would sub - jugate all the east to this potentate.
Con - jugate raceihe: having two racemes only, united by a common peduncle.
Tiny, fingernail-size examples of these coin issues survive, showing Octavia’s and Antony’s heads in tandem, the couple’s portraits stamped either individually on the reverse and obverse sides, or in jugate form, with their profiles overlapping side by side.
Although Bartlett finds some irony in Cantor's "memorable," even "remarkable" portrait of Kantorowicz ” which occupies half of a long chapter entitled "The Nazi Twins" (Percy Ernst Schramm being the intellectual jugate) ” he accepts without question things Cantor sets down as self-evident truths.