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commūne is, n

communis, that which is common: ut communibus pro communibus utatur: communia laudas, publicity, H.: sed ne communia solus occupet, the sole credit for common achievements, O.: ius statuere communi dividundo.—A community, state: Milyadum: gentis Pelasgae, O. —In the phrase in commune, for common use, for all, for a common object, for the general advantage: consulere, T.: conferre: vocare honores, equally upon patricians and plebeians, L.: quodcumque est lucri, halves! Ph.: haec in commune accepimus, in general, Ta.: in commune Suebi vocentur, i. e. all, Ta.—In rhet., plur, commonplaces: quae ad causam nihil pertinent.

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