from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete preterit of come. Chaucer.
  • noun A prefix of Latin origin, appearing also in other forms, co-, col-, con-, cor-, meaning ‘together,’ ‘with,’ or merely intensive, and in English words often without assignable force. See words following, and those beginning with co-, col-, con-, cor-.
  • noun An abbreviation of commissioner, commodore, commander, commerce, committee, commentary, etc.
  • noun An abbreviation of commission
  • noun of commoner
  • noun [capitalized] of commonwealth.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • abbreviation committee
  • abbreviation communication
  • abbreviation Internet commercial as in .com (the most known Internet TLD).


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