MEANING: adjective:
1. Congenial.
2. Congenital.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin connasci (to be born with), from com- (with) nasci (to be born). Earliest documented use: 1641.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral. -Antoine de Saint-Exupery, author and aviator (29 Jun 1900-1944)

CONMATE - any utterance for the specific purpose of getting laid (see FOREPLOY)
(with acknowledgement to the Washington Post Style Invitational contest)

CONNANTE - sitting down to a poker table in Hartford CT

1. partner in crime
2. an adjacent set of pews, in which church dissidents sit apart from the affirmers