Definition of commixtion in English:

commixtion

noun

(also commixion)
  • 1Law
    In civil law. The mixing or combining of goods belonging to two or more people, the result being then held in common or divided according to each person's contribution.

    Sometimes contrasted with confusion, the latter especially being used of the mixing of liquids, and sometimes for other cases in which it is not possible to separate the goods of each person.

  • 2Christian Church
    = "commixture".

Pronunciation

commixtion

/kəˈmɪkstʃn/ /kəˈmɪkʃn/

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From (i) Anglo-Norman and Middle French commixtion, Middle French commixion, commixcion, commiscion (French commixtion) blending, sexual intercourse, intermingling.