conversate

verb
con·ver·sate | \ ˈkän-vər-ˌsāt \
conversated; conversating

Definition of conversate 

intransitive verb

nonstandard

: converse sense 1 … the young women who battle over a guy and recount their "conversating" with him. —Barbara D. Phillips

First Known Use of conversate

1811, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for conversate

back-formation from conversation

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