Inborn; implanted at or current from delivery; congenital.
Cognate; allied in source or nature.
In anat. and zoology, united; perhaps not divided by a, joint or suture; confluent; especially, in entom., immovably united; soldered collectively. Thus, the menturn and ligula may be connate - this is certainly, maybe not independently movable.
In. botany, united congenitally: a broad term including both adnate and coalescent. Some times coherent.