Archaic to mix together; blend
Origin of commixback-formation ; from Middle English commixt, mixed together ; from Classical Latin commixtus: see commixture
verbcom·mixed, com·mix·ing, com·mix·es
To be or become mixed.
To cause to mix.
Origin of commixFrom Middle English commixt, mixed together, from Latin commixtus, past participle of commisc&emacron;re, to mix together : com-, com- + misc&emacron;re, to mix; see meik- in Indo-European roots.