One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not contiguous in space; not touching or adjacent; disconnected, separate. Also: consisting of non-adjacent parts; characterized by spatial discontiguity. In early use especially of areas of land. Formerly with †to, †from.
Mid 17th century. From dis- + contiguous. Compare earlier discontigue.
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