CONSILIENCE: con (together) + siliens (jumping) ; as in resilient (see Alabam native EO Wilson: jumping together of knowledge.
How beyond knowing feels
CONGRUENCE: in agreement or harmony; (geom) figures identical in form
Origin ME from from Latin congruent > congruere (agree, meet together) from con (together) + ruere (fall or rush)
That these bodies resonate
CONFLUENCE: flowing together of two rivers ; act or process of merging
Origin ME from late Latin confluertra from Latin con + fluere (flow together).
He and I.
CONFLAGRATION: combine into one
Origin ME (in the sense to melt down or fuse metal)
From Latin conflare (kindle, fuse) con + flare (“to blow” together)
CONCOMITANT: existing or occurring at the same time ; agreeing or consistent
Latin concurrere (run together, assemble)
How I howl.
CONCOMITANCE: fact of existing or occurring with something else
MedLatin concomitari (accompany)
Howl We run.
CONCORDANCE: agreement or consistency ; an alphabetical list of the important words in a text
Latin concordare (agree on) > Latin concors (of one mind)
Howl we be came.
CONJUNCTION: an instance of two or more events occurring at the same point in time and space ; an alignment of two planets such that they appear to be in the same place in the sky (eyes).
Latin con + jungere (to join)
Howl we be come.
All cons seem like pros.
Weft, woof, waif.