affixture

[uh-fiks-cher]
noun
the act of affixing; attachment.
Also, affixation.


Origin:
1785–95; blend of obsolete affixion (see affix, -ion) and fixture

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affix
 
vb
1.  to attach, fasten, join, or stick: to affix a poster to the wall
2.  to add or append: to affix a signature to a document
3.  to attach or attribute (guilt, blame, etc)
 
n
4.  prefix suffix See also infix a linguistic element added to a word or root to produce a derived or inflected form: -ment in establishment is a derivational affix; -s in drowns is an inflectional affix
5.  something fastened or attached; appendage
 
[C15: from Medieval Latin affixāre, from ad- to + fixāre to fix]
 
affixation
 
n
 
affixture
 
n

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The bureau has also added an on-line search of the status of affidavits of affixture.
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