Definition of intercommon
1 obsolete : to have dealings or association
2 obsolete : to share with others : participate mutually
3 : to enjoy a right of pasture together
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Origin and Etymology of intercommon
Middle English intercomounen, entercomenen, from Anglo-French entrecomuner, from Old French entre- inter- + comuner to put in common, share — more at commune
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