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Main Entry: unite
Inflected Form(s): unit·ed; unit·ing
Etymology: Middle English uniten "to unite," from early French uniter (same meaning), from Latin unitus, past participle of unire "to unite, make into one," from earlier unus "one" --related to INCH, OUNCE, UNISON 1 a: to put or come together to form a single unit b: to cause to cling together <unite two pieces of wood> c: to link by a legal or moral bond 2: to become one or as if one <two elements unite to form a compound> 3: to join in action : act as if one <unite in song> synonym see JOIN - unit·ernoun