conflux [kän′fluks΄]
[< L confluxus, pp. of confluere: see CONFLUENCE]

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  • Conflux — Con flux, n. [From L. confluxus, p. p. See {Confluent}.] 1. A flowing together; a meeting of currents. The conflux of meeting sap. Shak. [1913 Webster] The general conflux and concourse of the whole people. Clarendon. [1913 Webster] 2. A large… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • conflux — [kän′fluks΄] n. 〚< L confluxus, pp. of confluere: see CONFLUENCE〛 CONFLUENCE * * * con·flux (kŏnʹflŭks ) n. A confluence.   [From Latin cōnfluxus, past participle of …   Universalium

  • conflux — index assemblage, chamber (body), collection (assembly), company (assemblage) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Bur …   Law dictionary

  • Conflux — For the Draconic albums, see Conflux (album). For the Conflux Festival, see Psy Geo Conflux. ← Shards of Alara Alara Reborn → Conflux …   Wikipedia

  • Conflux — ← Осколки Алары Перерожденная Алара → Conflux Дата выпуска 6 февраля 2009 …   Википедия

  • conflux — noun a) A merger of rivers, or the place where rivers merge. It stands on the conflux of two rivers the Chelmer, whence the town is called, and the Cann. b) A convergence or moving gathering of forces, people, or things. Cast round thine eye, and …   Wiktionary

  • conflux — noun Etymology: Medieval Latin confluxus, from Latin confluere Date: 1606 confluence …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conflux — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A converging at a common center: concentration, confluence, convergence. See EDGE …   English dictionary for students

  • conflux — con·flux || kÉ’nflÊŒks n. flowing together of two or more streams; coming together of people or things, assemblage …   English contemporary dictionary

  • conflux — [ kɒnflʌks] noun another term for confluence. Origin C17: from late L. confluxus, from con together + fluxus (see flux) …   English new terms dictionary