The Collaborative International Dictionary
Commix \Com*mix"\, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Commixed; p. pr. & vb. n. Commixing.] [Pref. com- + mix: cf. L. commixtus, p. p. of commiscere. See Mix.] To mix or mingle together; to blend.
The commixed impressions of all the colors do stir up
and beget a sensation of white.
--Sir I. Newton.
With winds that sailors rail at.
vb. To mix separate things together, or to become mixed; to amalgamate.
Commix is the stage name of George Levings from Cambridge, UK.
Usage examples of "commix".
First to lay it down that we do not commix for the sake of pleasure, but of the procreation of children.
He therefore that knows this salt of sol and luna, and its generation and perfection, nd afterwards how go commix it, and make it homogene with other perfect bodies, he in truth knows one of the greatest secrets of nature, and the only way that leads to perfection.
But it perpetually adheres to the commixed or compound bodies, that is, the sol and luna, and communicates to them the living tincture, incombustible and most fixed, much more noble and precious than the former which these bodies had.
Yea, so commixes both, that in her fruit None can distinguish this from that: they suit Her well when hungry.