Origin of consociateMiddle English consociat from Classical Latin consociatus, past participle of consociare, to share with, join from com-, with + sociare, to join: see sociable
intransitive verb-·at·ed, -·at·ing
tr. & intr.v.con·so·ci·at·ed, con·so·ci·at·ing, con·so·ci·ates
Origin of consociateLatin cōnsociāre cōnsociāt- to associate com- com- sociāre to associate ( from socius companion ; see sekw-1 in Indo-European roots.)
(third-person singular simple present consociates, present participle consociating, simple past and past participle consociated)
- (US) To unite in an ecclesiastical consociation.
Latin consociatus, past participle of consociare (“to associate, unite”).