Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A prefix of Latin origin, the usual form, before a vowel or h, of com- (the m in Latin being weak), meaning ‘together’ or ‘with.’ See com-. It is now freely used in English in composition with words of any origin, being preferred to com- or con- in combination with words of non-Latin origin, or with words of Latin origin in common use, words in co- being thus sometimes parallel to words in com- (con-, cor-, etc.) of the same ultimate elements, but the prefix, in the latter case, being attached in Latin, as in
co-act, co-active (different from coact, coactive), co-agent, co-exist, co-laborer, co-respondent (distinct from cor-respondent), etc., or, with words of purely English origin, as in co-mate, co-worker, etc.
- n. In geometry, a prefix, as in co-sine, co-secant, co-tangent, etc., meaning sine, secant, tangent, etc., of the complement.
- n. An abbreviation of company: as, Smith, Brown & Co.;
- n. of county: as, Orange Co., New York.
- n. The chemical symbol for cobalt.
- pro. neologism they (singular). Gender-neutral subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
- pro. neologism them (singular). Gender-neutral object pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns him and her.
- n. slang company
- n. one who refuses to serve in the armed forces on grounds of conscience
- n. a hard ferromagnetic silver-white bivalent or trivalent metallic element; a trace element in plant and animal nutrition
- n. a state in west central United States in the Rocky Mountains
- n. an odorless very poisonous gas that is a product of incomplete combustion of carbon
“You can email us here: info at venturemaps. co (yep, that's .co, not. com) ...”
“Approach would be to create some text about the new co domain and how having a high quality .co domain name can help advertisers or business.”
“¿e nie mam siê w co ubraæ. bo zawsze co siê znajdzie a oni i tak powiedza ¿e jestem bjutiful bejbi. sporo sie zmienilo. sie zyje.”
“September 7th, 2009 1: 43 pm ET this women in co is apsolutely idiot. how about our children speak more languages so they can catch-up with the world”
“After he played about 150 shows, a gig in Los Angeles brought him to the attention of ATO Records, the label co-founded by Dave Matthews.”
“I would like to believe that many or most of the physician investigators were deceived as the alternative is that they knew it was wink-wink-nudge-nudge pretense of a trial and the term co-conspirator would apply.”
“The Kerry camp established a system early on for recognizing major fund-raisers: those who raised at least $50,000 were given the title co-chair; those who raised more than $100,000 became vice chairs.”
“Before going farther, it is essential to acquire a definite notion of what is meant, or, at least, of what we mean in this discussion, by the term co-education.”
“If we find, contrary to our previous belief, that the characters are not peculiar to one species, we cease to use the term co-extensively with the characters; but then it is because the other portion of the connotation fails; the condition that the class must be a”
“Constitution - along with "patriotism," "national security" and "family values" - is fast becoming yet another term co-opted as part of the permanent GOP campaign.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘co’.
Words to be replaced by a paragraph mark if you are after terms and MWEs.
List of fees, tolls, surcharges - stupid, disingenuous, predatory, or otherwise - that are levied by governments, banks, phone companies and businesses against citizens, customers, and consumers.
Name Sym # Wt
actinium Ac 89 (227)
aluminum Al 13 26.98
americium Am 95 (243)
antimony Sb 51 121.7
argon Ar 18 39.94
arsenic As 33 74.92
short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
( personal list, randomness )
Seventy two-letter words that are not in The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, 4th edition (compared to 101 that are in OSPD4, as listed by robotjohnny.) Most are found as headwords in larger d...
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