• The act of connecting.
  • The point at which two or more things are connected.
  • A feeling of understanding and ease of communication between two or more people.
  • An established communications or transportation link.
  • A transfer from one transportation vehicle to another in scheduled transportation service
  • A kinship relationship between people.
  • An individual who is related to oneself, through either family or business.
  • A set of sets that contains the empty set, all one-element sets for any element that is included in any of the sets, and the union of any group of sets that are elements where the intersections of those sets is non-empty.
  • Coherence; lack of disjointedness
  • The description for a Methodist denomination as a whole, as opposed to its constituent churches, circuits, districts and conferences.
  • sexual intercourse
  • A drug dealer.


  • From Middle English conneccioun, connexioun, conneccyon, conneccion, from Latin connexionem (nominative connexio), from connectō, an alternative spelling of cōnectō, from compound of co- and nectō
  • In American English mid-18c., spelling shifted from connexion to connection (equivalent to connect + -ion), thus making connexion British dated and connection in international use.

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