third-person singular present activeindicative of condiō
And condio means:
condiō (present infinitive condīre, perfect active condīvī or condiī, supine condītum); fourth conjugation
I season, spice, make savory.
(figuratively) I cultivate, temper
Nothing relates to construction? Is it a mistake here? Or wiktionary is wrong?
You're looking at the wrong verb. That's 'condire', this is 'condere'.
1) I put together. 2) I build, establish; form, fashion; make, construct. 3) I put away, store or treasure up; preserve; inter, bury; conceal, hide. 4) (figuratively) I thrust or strike in deep, plunge. 5) (figuratively) I bring to an end, conclude
I've also come across the verb 'aedificare', 'to build'. That's the origin of the English word 'to edify'.