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- A prefix from the Latin preposition
cum, signifying with, together, in conjunction, very, etc. It is used in the form com-before b, m, p, and sometimes f, and by assimilation becomes col-before l, cor-before r, and con-before any consonant except b, h, l, m, p, r, and w. Before a vowel com-becomes co-; also before h, w, and sometimes before other consonants.
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- prefix the form of
con-used before b, m, and p
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From Latin com ("with"), an archaic form of cum ("with")
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