comingle

or co-min·gle

[kuh-ming-guh l]
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verb (used with or without object), co·min·gled, co·min·gling.


Nearby words

  1. coming and going, have someone,
  2. coming of age in samoa,
  3. coming or going, not know if one is,
  4. coming out of one's ears,
  5. coming-out,
  6. comings and goings,
  7. comint,
  8. comintern,
  9. comitative,
  10. comitatus

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Word Origin and History for comingling

comingle

v.

c.1600, the better (because mingle is not from Latin), but less-used, English form of commingle. Related: comingled; comingling.

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