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  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: No
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

JOINT, noun [Latin junctura. See Join.]

1. The joining of two or more things.

2. In anatomy, the joining of two or more bones; an articulation; as the elbow, the knee, or the knuckle.

3. A knot; the union of two parts of a plant; or the space between two joints; an internode; as the joint of a cane, or of a stalk of maiz.

4. A hinge; a juncture of parts which admits of motion.

5. The place where two pieces of timber are united.

6. In joinery, straight lines are called a joint when two pieces of wood are planed.

7. One of the limbs of an animal cut up by the butcher.

Out of joint luxated; dislocated; as when the head of a bone is displaced from its socket. Hence figuratively, confused; disordered; misplaced.

JOINT, adjective Shared by two or more; as joint property.

1. United in the same profession; having an interest in the same thing; as a joint-heir or heiress.

2. United; combined; acting in concert; as a joint force; joint efforts; joint vigor.

JOINT stock, the capital or fund of a company or partnership in business.

JOINT, verb transitive To form with joints or articulations; used mostly in the participle; as the fingers are jointed; a cane has a jointed stalk.

1. To form many parts into one; as jointed wood.

2. To cut or divide into joints or quarters.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

JOINT'ED, participle passive Formed with articulations, as the stem of a plant.

1. Separated into joints or quarters.

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JOINT'ER, noun A long plane, a joiner's utensil.

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JOINT'-HEIR, noun [joint and heir.] A heir having a joint interest with another. Romans 8:1.

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JOINT'LY, adverb Together; unitedly; in concert; with cooperation.

1. With union of interest; as, to be jointly concerned in a voyage.

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JOINT'RESS, noun A woman who has a jointure.

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JOINT'STOOL, noun A stool consisting of parts inserted in each other.

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JOINT-TEN'ANCY, noun [joint and tenant.] A tenure of estate by unity of interest, title, time and possession.

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JOINT-TEN'ANT, noun [joint and tenant.] One who holds an estate by joint-tenancy.

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JOINT'URE, noun An estate in lands or tenements, settled on a woman in consideration of marriage, and which she is to enjoy after her husband's decease.

JOINT'URE, verb transitive To settle a jointure upon.

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JOINT'URED, participle passive Endowed with a jointure.