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Commune

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COMMUNE,

1. To converse to talk together familiarly to impart sentiments mutually, in private or familiar discourse followed by with before the person.

And there will I meet and commune with thee. Exodus 25 .

2. To have intercourse in contemplation or meditation.

Commune with your own heart or your bed. Psalms 4 .

3. To partake of the sacrament or Lords supper to receive the communion a common use of the word in America, as it is in the Welsh.

COMMUNE, n. A small territorial district in France--one of the subordinate divisions of the country introduced in the late revolution.

Communibus annis, one year with another on an average.

Communibus locis, one place with another on a medium.

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Entry for 'Commune'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/c/commune.html.

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