a group of people living in a particular local area
"the team is drawn from all parts of the community"
"they shared a community of possessions"
a group of nations having common interests
"they hoped to join the NATO community"
community, community of interestsnoun
agreement as to goals
"the preachers and the bootleggers found they had a community of interests"
residential district, residential area, communitynoun
a district where people live; occupied primarily by private residences
community, biotic communitynoun
(ecology) a group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same region and interacting with each other
Group of people sharing a common understanding who reveal themselves by using the same language, manners, tradition and law. (see civilization).
Commune or residential/religious collective.
The condition of having certain attitudes and interests in common.
A group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same region and interacting with each other.
(virtual) A group of people interacting by electronic means for social, professional, educational or other purposes. (see virtual_community).
common possession or enjoyment; participation; as, a community of goods
a body of people having common rights, privileges, or interests, or living in the same place under the same laws and regulations; as, a community of monks. Hence a number of animals living in a common home or with some apparent association of interests
society at large; a commonwealth or state; a body politic; the public, or people in general
common character; likeness
Etymology: [L. communitas: cf. OF. communit. Cf. Commonalty, and see Common.]
A community is a division of land in Wales that forms the lowest-tier of local government in Wales. Welsh communities are analogous to civil parishes in England. Until 1974, Wales was divided into civil parishes. These were abolished by section 20 of the Local Government Act 1972, and replaced by communities by section 27 of the same Act. The principal areas of Wales are divided entirely into communities. Unlike in England, where unparished areas exist, no part of Wales is outside a community, even in urban areas. Community councils in Wales are identical to English parish councils in terms of their powers and the way they operate. Welsh community councils may call themselves town councils unilaterally and may have city status granted by the Crown. In Wales, all town councils are community councils. There are now three communities with city status: Bangor, St Asaph and St David's and the Cathedral Close. The Chair of a town council or city council will usually have the title Mayor. However, not every community has a council. In communities with populations too small to justify a full community council, community meetings may be established. As of the United Kingdom Census 2001 there were 869 communities in Wales. They vary in size from Rhayader with an area of 13,945 hectares to Cefn Fforest with an area of 64 hectares. Barry has the largest population with 45,053 inhabitants according to the 2001 census. Baglan Bay has no permanent residents.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kom-ūn′i-ti, n. common possession or enjoyment: agreement: communion: (Shak.) commonness: people having common rights, &c.: the public in general: a body of persons in the same locality, e.g. 'village community:' a monastic body.—n. Communitā′rian, a member of a community. [O. Fr.,—L. communitas—communis.]
A group of people who live or exist within a specific area and are focused on cocreating optimum health, human rights, right to life, democracy, shared prosperity for all, stability, unity government, solidarity, cohesion, animal rights, right to housing, right to education, right to parent, right to childcare, right to a standard of living, right to internet access, economic stability, financial stability, civil rights, equal rights, equal opportunities, employment rights, childrens rights, sustainable development, sustainable development goals, united partnership, multi-party working, community empowerment systems, equal distribution of income, wealth, fairness and justness across society, the country, europe and the world and contribute to the cocreation of global and national peace agreements, peace treaties, the universes truth and a fair, just and transparent system of checks and balances.
Community can be within a village, company, group or other type of groups of people.Submitted by MaryC on February 13, 2020
A group of people.
Community can be a group of people or a number of people living within a specific and defined area of land.Submitted by MaryC on September 21, 2020
Etymology: old EnglishSubmitted by tsakanichauke58 on March 18, 2022
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Rank popularity for the word 'community' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #386
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Rank popularity for the word 'community' in Written Corpus Frequency: #666
Rank popularity for the word 'community' in Nouns Frequency: #99
The numerical value of community in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of community in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
It will have a very positive impact on China's LGBT community, offering us a lot of hope, the Chinese government has pointed to cultural tradition as a reason for same-sex marriage being unsuitable in China. But the decision in Taiwan, which shares a cultural tradition with us, proves that Chinese culture can be open, diverse and progressive.
The community loved the project and was extremely supportive, we had several community members thank Gavin for his gesture towards the veterans. His family was very proud of him.
The reasons for the reduced risk in light drinkers compared to never drinkers are still open to debate amongst the scientific community. Some have suggested that alcohol may have cardio-protective effects that may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.
How dare she put our community’s heritage up for a popularity contest or a vote.
Either way, the intelligence community is undoubtedly conducting damage assessments and evaluating the viability of any ongoing operation that may have been exposed to unauthorized personnel. The vulnerability of HRC’s server to foreign government hacking cannot be overlooked - even the DCI, John Brennan, has been the target of hackers.
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- مجتمع, ملّةArabic
- комуна, общество, колонияBulgarian
- comunitatCatalan, Valencian
- spolunáležitost, komunita, společenstvíCzech
- Community, Gemeinschaft, Gemeinde, GesellschaftGerman
- kommuuni, yhteisö, eliöyhteisö, yhteisöllisyys, yhdyskuntaFinnish
- poball, coimhearsnachdScottish Gaelic
- समुदाय, समाजHindi
- comunanza, comunitàItalian
- adoKikuyu, Gikuyu
- commune, gemeenschapDutch
- samfunnet, samfunnNorwegian
- wspólnota, społecznośćPolish
- общество, сообщество, община, коммуна, комьюнитиRussian
- skupnost, komunaSlovene
- bostadskollektiv, gemenskap, samfund, samhälle, kollektiv, organismsamhälleSwedish
- jamii, jamaaSwahili
- ชุมชน, ประชาคมThai
- ümmet, toplum, cemiyet, topluluk, cemaatTurkish
- cộng đồngVietnamese
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