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From Old French unifier, from Late Latin unificare.

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unify (third-person singular simple present unifies, present participle unifying, simple past and past participle unified)

  1. (transitive) Cause to become one; make into a unit; consolidate; merge; combine.
  2. (intransitive) Become one.
    • 2008, Eliza Mada Dalian, In Search of the Miraculous: Healing Into Consciousness,[1] Expanding Universe Publishing, →ISBN, page 91:
      Ultimately, all frequencies unify into an unmoving state of zero frequency or vacuum. In other words, all seven sound vibrations or notes unify into silence; all thought frequencies (positive and negative) unify into no-thought or no-mind; and all seven colors of the rainbow unify into pure space that appears dark when it is invisible and as light when it is visible.

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