Con*vive" (?), v. i. [L. convivari; akin to convivium a feast, convivere to live or feast together; con- + vivere to live.]

To feast together; to be convivial.

[Obs.] "There, in the full, convive we."

Shak.

 

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Con"vive (?), n. [L. conviva: cf. F. convive.]

A quest at a banquet.

[R.]

Beaumont.

 

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