conjoint leaves

What is conjoint leaves?

conjoint leaves meaning in Information Science terminology / glossary / dictionary is:

Two leaves formed by one piece of parchment, vellum, or paper, usually folded lengthwise down the center. In a book, they may be bound into a section in such a way that they are not adjacent in the resulting sequence of leaves but when traced through the back of the volume are found to be of a single piece, for example, in a 16-page signature, pages 3 and 4 (leaf 2) would be the conjugate of pages 13 and 14 (leaf 7), and vice versa. Compare with singleton.

 

reference: ABC-CLIO