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to hang something/someone to, to append, to add
(In the literal sense of hanging an object to another object and also figuratively for some sort of addendum or appendix. Also works with "dr-" with the same meaning, but not with "her-".)
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Word Family

Root: *konk-

The core idea of this root was:

hanging, being in the air

It’s the origin of English to hang and to hinge and also of Stonehenge, which quite literally means “stones in the air”.

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