• To converse together with sympathy and confidence; to interchange sentiments or feelings; to take counsel.
  • To communicate (with) spiritually; to be together (with); to contemplate or absorb.
  • To receive the communion.


  • From Middle English commune, comune, from Old French comune, commune, from Medieval Latin commūnia, from Latin commūne, from commūnis. See also community, communion, common.
  • From Middle English communen, comunen, from Old French comunier, communier, from Latin commūnico. communicate.

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