COMMUNE, v.i. 1. To converse; to talk together familiarly; to impart sentiments mutually, in private or familiar discourse; followed by with before the person. And there will I meet and commune with thee. Exo 25. 2. To have intercourse in contemplation or meditation. Commune with your own heart or your bed. Psa 4. 3. To partake of the sacrament or Lords supper; to receive the communion; a common use of the word in America, as it is in the Welsh. COMMUNE, n. A small territorial district in France--one of the subordinate divisions of the country introduced in the late revolution. Communibus annis, one year with another; on an average. Communibus locis, one place with another; on a medium.