Commune[1][2][3] (-is, n.) apud veteres idem atque civitas valere potuit, hic autem etiam sensu urbis vel oppidi vel vici scribimus usum multarum linguarum popularium aemulati (cf. Francogallice commune, Italiane comune, Theodisce Kommune (sive Gemeinde), Neograece κοινοτήτα, Hispanice Chilense comuna). Antiquitus celebratum erat commune Cretensium.


  1. Cicero In Verrem 1.95:
    "pro quaestore vero quo modo iste commune Milyadum vexarit"
    Ac In Verrem 2.144:
    "ut idem pro parte in commune Siciliae conferrent, etiam id contulerunt."
  2. Ovidius Metamorphoses 12.7:
    "coniurataeque sequuntur
    mille rates gentisque simul commune Pelasgae."
  3. Dictionarium Theodisco-Latinum Stowasser, Charlton T. Lewis, Carolus Short, A Latin Dictionary (Oxonii, 1879) textus , William Smith, A smaller Latin-English dictionary

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