Connascent Con*nas"cent, a. Born together; produced at the same time. --Craig. [1913 Webster]

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  • connascent — /kə nāˈsənt/ adjective Born or produced at the same time ORIGIN: L con and nāscī, nātus to be born • • • connascˈence or connascˈency noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • Connascent software components — Two software components are connascent if a change in one would require the other to be modified in order to maintain the overall correctness of the system. Connascence is a way to characterize and reason about certain types of complexity in… …   Wikipedia

  • connascence — connascˈence or connascˈency noun • • • Main Entry: ↑connascent * * * † connascence Obs. 0 (kəˈnæsəns) [f. L. connāscent em: see connascent and ence.] = next. in Johnson (who quotes Wiseman: but see next) …   Useful english dictionary

  • connascency — connascˈence or connascˈency noun • • • Main Entry: ↑connascent …   Useful english dictionary

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