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annex2 add, attach. XIV. — (O)F. annexer, f. annex-, pp. stem of L. annectere, f. AN-1 + nectere bind (cf. NEXUS).
So annexation XV (first in Sc.). — medL.

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annex

annex1 something annexed XVI; supplementary building (usu. annexe) XIX. — F. annexe — L. annexum, sb. use of pp. of annectere (see next).

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