Probably from G142 (perhaps with G1 (as a particle of union) prefixed); a chariot (as raised or fitted together (compare G719))
KJV Usage: chariot.
From G719; to joint, that is, (figuratively) to woo (reflexively to betroth)
KJV Usage: espouse.
From G4862 and a derivative of a compound of G719 and G3004 (in its original sense of laying); to renderclosejointedtogether, that is, organizecompactly