in-cōnexus (inconn-), a, um, adj.,
- I. not joined together, disconnected (late Lat.): res, Aus. Edyll. ad Paul. 12.
- II. Transf., gram. t. t., = ἀσυνάρτητος, of metrical construction, loose, disjointed, said of verses in which various forms of rhythm succeed one another, Mar. Vict. de Metr. p. 2534 P.; p. 2550 P.