1) v. to join two ropes or to form a static loop in the end of a rope or cable by interweaving the strands. 2) v. in cabling. to form a termination loop in common-grade cable by wrapping the successive strands back upon the standing part (see eye splice). 3) 11. the connection formed by splicing.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
splice (verb)
transitive verb
a) to unite (as two ropes) by interweaving the strands
b) to unite (as lengths of magnetic tape) by overlapping and securing together two ends
to unite, link, or insert as if by - splicing
to combine or insert (as genes) by genetic engineering - spliced a human gene for insulin into a bacterium
splice (noun)
a joining or joint made by something - splicing
- marriage wedding
splice (Wikipedia)

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