Etymology
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commingle (v.)

1620s, "to mix together, blend" (intransitive), from com- + mingle. Also see comingle. Transitive sense attested by 1840. Related: Commingled; commingling.

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comingle (v.)

"to mingle together," c. 1600, the better (because mingle is not from Latin), but less-used, English form of commingle. Related: comingled; comingling.

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