Definition of Communal. Meaning of Communal. Synonyms of Communal

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Definition of Communal

Communal
Communal Com"mu*nal (? or ?), a. [Cf. F. communal.] Pertaining to a commune.

Meaning of Communal from wikipedia

- Communal may refer to: A commune or also intentional community The political system Communalism The South Asian sectarian ideologies Relating to an administrative...
- Communalism is a political philosophy and economic system that integrates communal ownership and confederations of highly localized independent communities...
- Communal roosting is an animal behavior where a group of individuals, typically of the same species, congregate in an area for a few hours based on an...
- Communal violence is a form of violence that is perpetrated across ethnic or communal lines, the violent parties feel solidarity for their respective...
- property. Intentional communities can be seen as social experiments or also communal experiments. The multitude of intentional communities includes collective...
- Communal apartments (singular: Russian: коммунальная квартира, kommunal'naya kvartira, slang. kommunalka) appeared in the Soviet Union following the October...
- Communal land is a (mostly rural) territory in possession of a community, rather than an individual or company[citation needed] . This sort of arrangement...
- Communal showers are a group of single showers put together in one room or area. They are often used in changerooms, schools, prisons, and barracks for...
- The Communal Award was created by the British prime minister Ramsay MacDonald on 16 August 1932. Also known as the MacDonald Award, it was announced after...
- Communal work is a gathering for mutually accomplishing a task or for communal fundraising. Communal work provided manual labour to others, especially...