communion

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Old French comunion, from Latin commūniō ‎(communion), from cum ‎(with) + mūnus ‎(gift).

NounEdit

communion ‎(plural communions)

  1. A joining together of minds or spirits.
  2. (Roman Catholicism) A form of ecclestiastical unity between the Roman Church and another, so that the latter is considered part of the former.

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communion f ‎(plural communions)

  1. Communion; communion

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communion f ‎(plural communions)

  1. (Jersey) communion
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