Definition for CON-VENE'

CON-VENE', v.i. [L. convenio; con and venio, to come.]

  1. To come together; to meet; to unite; as things. [Unusual.] The rays of light converge and convene in the eyes. – Newton.
  2. To come together; to meet in the same place; to assemble; as persons. Parliament will convene in November. The two houses of the legislature convened at twelve o'clock. The citizens convened in the state house.

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