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From Late Middle English communite, borrowed from Old French communité, comunité, comunete (modern French communauté), from Classical Latin comm?nit?s (“community; public spirit”), from comm?nis (“common, ordinary; of or for the community, public”) + -it?s (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *-teh?ts (“suffix forming nouns indicating a state of being”)). Comm?nis is derived from con- (“prefix indicating a being or bringing together of several objects”) (from cum (“with”), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *?óm (“along, at, next to, with”)) + m?nus (“employment, office, service; burden, duty, obligation”) (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *mey- (“to change, exchange”)). Doublet of communitas.
- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /k??mju?n?ti/
- (General American, Canada) enPR: k?-myo?o?n?-ti, IPA(key): /k(?)?mjun?ti/, [k(?)?mjun??i]
- Hyphenation: com?mun?i?ty
community (countable and uncountable, plural communities)
- (countable) A group sharing a common understanding, and often the same language, law, manners, and/or tradition.
- (countable) A residential or religious collective; a commune.
- (countable, ecology) A group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same region and interacting with each other.
- (countable, Internet) A group of people interacting by electronic means for educational, professional, social, or other purposes; a virtual community.
- (uncountable) The condition of having certain attitudes and interests in common.
- (countable, obsolete) Common enjoyment or possession; participation.
- (uncountable, obsolete) Common character; likeness.
- (uncountable, obsolete) Commonness; frequency.
- (Wales, countable) A local area within a county or county borough which is the lowest tier of local government, usually represented by a community council or town council, which is generally equivalent to a civil parish in England.
- communitie (obsolete)
- community at OneLook Dictionary Search
- community in Keywords for Today: A 21st Century Vocabulary, edited by The Keywords Project, Colin MacCabe, Holly Yanacek, 2018.
- "community" in Raymond Williams, Keywords (revised), 1983, Fontana Press, page 75.
- community in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.
- community on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- community (disambiguation) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Community (Wales) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
community From the web:
- what community am i in
- what community do i live in
- what community do i belong to
- what community character am i
- what community means
- what community board am i in
- what community colleges are near me
- what community service can i do
- (General American) enPR: k?m??nz, IPA(key): /?k?m?nz/
- (Received Pronunciation) enPR: k?m??nz, IPA(key): /?k?m?nz/
- Hyphenation: com?mons
- plural of common
- A dining hall, usually at a college or university.
- A central section of (usually an older) town, designated as a shared area, a common.
- The Renaissance festival started with the "peasants" meeting in the commons.
- The commons is the green space surrounded by the village hall, the school, and the church.
- The commons of New England towns are important contributors to their charm.
- (figuratively) The mutual good of all; the abstract concept of resources shared by more than one, for example air, water, information.
- Synonym: res communis
- "The tragedy of the commons" is that none wish to make sacrifices of their or their family's interests for the common good.
- (euphemistic, obsolete) An outhouse.
- (obsolete, Britain, Oxford University) Food served at a fixed rate from the college buttery, distinguished from battels.
- Food in general; rations.
- short commons
- (outhouse): common house, House of Commons; see also Thesaurus:bathroom
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of common
- commons in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.
- first-person plural present indicative of commer
- first-person plural imperative of commer
commons From the web:
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- what common plants are toxic to dogs
- what common snacks are gluten free
- what common english verb becomes
- what is common's real name
- what is common's net worth
- commons meaning
- common sense means
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