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unite

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[ yoo-nahyt ]
/ yu藞na瑟t /
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verb (used with object), u路nit路ed, u路nit路ing.
verb (used without object), u路nit路ed, u路nit路ing.
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Origin of unite

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First recorded in 1400鈥50; late Middle English uniten, from Latin 奴n墨tus, past participle of 奴n墨re 鈥渢o join together, unite,鈥 equivalent to 奴n(us) 鈥渙ne鈥 + -墨tus -ite1

OTHER WORDS FROM unite

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH unite

unite , untie

Other definitions for unite (2 of 2)

unite2
[ yoo-nahyt, yoo-nahyt ]
/ 藞yu na瑟t, yu藞na瑟t /

noun
a former gold coin of England, equal to 20 shillings, issued under James I and Charles I.

Origin of unite

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1595鈥1605; noun use of earlier past participle of unite1, referring to union of England and Scotland
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What are other ways to say聽unite?

To unite is to combine or incorporate two or more things so as to form a single whole or unit. How is unite different from connect and join? Find out on Thesaurus.com.聽

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British Dictionary definitions for unite (1 of 2)

unite1
/ (ju藧藞na瑟t) /

verb
to make or become an integrated whole or a unity; combine
to join, unify or be unified in purpose, action, beliefs, etc
to enter or cause to enter into an association or alliance
to adhere or cause to adhere; fuse
(tr) to possess or display (qualities) in combination or at the same timehe united charm with severity
archaic to join or become joined in marriage

Derived forms of unite

uniter, noun

Word Origin for unite

C15: from Late Latin 奴n墨re, from 奴nus one

British Dictionary definitions for unite (2 of 2)

unite2
/ (藞ju藧na瑟t, ju藧藞na瑟t) /

noun
an English gold coin minted in the Stuart period, originally worth 20 shillings

Word Origin for unite

C17: from obsolete unite joined, alluding to the union of England and Scotland (1603)
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