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Rashi, in Mesechta Gitin on דף טז עמוד א says שנים אדוקין. What does adukin (אדוקין) mean?

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In Yeshiva I learned that the word Adukin means connected

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Maybe it has something to do with the word "Haduk-tight". – Hacham Gabriel Jun 26 '13 at 18:41

Prof Marcus Jastrow translates as "Take hold of; cling; joined; stick to."

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