(From Oxford English Dictionary https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/converse) Converse¹ /kənˈvəːs/ Verb: To engage in discussion. "I've been withdrawn and taciturn, hardly able to converse with my readership for lack of words." Origin Late Middle English (in the sense ‘live among, be familiar with’): from Old French converser, from Latin conversari ‘keep company (with’), from con- ‘with’ + versare, frequentative … Continue reading No Relation
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