intercommon

[ in-ter-kom-uhn ]
/ ˌɪn tərˈkɒm ən /

verb (used without object) English Law.

to share in the use of a common.

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Origin of intercommon

1400–50; inter- + obsolete common (v.) (variant of commune1); replacing late Middle English entrecomo(u)nen<Anglo-French entrecomuner

OTHER WORDS FROM intercommon

in·ter·com·mon·age, nounin·ter·com·mon·er, noun
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