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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: communier, from Latin communicare; COMMUNICATE

commune

2 verb
     
com‧mune2

commune with somebody/something

phrasal verb
1 to communicate with a person, god, or animal, especially in a mysterious, spiritual way
2

commune with nature

to spend time outside in a natural place, enjoying it in a quiet peaceful way:
Take time to relax and commune with nature.

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