Definitions

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  • verb Alternative form of comen.

Etymologies

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From Middle English ycomen, icumen, ȝecumen, from Old English ġecumen, past participle of cuman ("to come"), equivalent to y- +‎ comen. More at come.

Examples

  • "We've been talking about gardens and plants and flowers all the afternoon, and it would have seemed queer to put on a heavy coat to go home in if you hadn't said 'Winter is ycomen in.'"

    Ethel Morton's Enterprise

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