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EtymologyEdit

From Old French alier, from Latin alligō, adligō.

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allien

  1. To ally; to make a pact or confederacy.
  2. To marry or wed; to form a marriage.
  3. To blend, bring together or unite ingredients in cooking.
  4. To join or fuse; to make a linkage or connection.
  5. (rare) To stick or keep to a promise or compact.
  6. (rare) To join battle; to start fighting.
  7. (rare) To assemble or be amassed (of troops).
  8. (rare) To link someone to their compatriot.
  9. (rare) To taint with one's lineage.

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