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convive (n.)

1640s, "a boon companion, one who is convivial," from French convive, from Latin conviva "a guest, a table-companion, one who feasts with others," from convivere "to live together, carouse together" (see convivial). In 19c., also "woman 'who lives in the same house with a number of others' " (1851).

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