comungar

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From Latin communicāre, present active infinitive of communicō.

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comungar

  1. (Christianity, transitive) to communicate (to administer the Holy Communion)
  2. (Christianity, intransitive) to communicate (to take part in Holy Communion)

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese comungar, from Latin communicāre, present active infinitive of communicō; cognate to Spanish comulgar. Compare also the borrowed doublet comunicar.

Verb[edit]

comungar (first-person singular present indicative comungo, past participle comungado)

  1. (intransitive, Christianity) to communicate (to take part in the Holy Communion)
  2. (transitive, Christianity) to communicate (to administer the Holy Communion)

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