noun com·mon·ty \ˈkäməntē\

Definition of commonty



  1. 1 :  a right of ownership in land held in common by two or more persons and under certain servitudes; also :  the land itself

  2. 2 :  common of pasture

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Origin and Etymology of commonty

Middle English comunete, comountee, from Middle French comuneté — more at community

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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