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His father was minister there, and also of Kilmanton in COM.
By'm'by Tex COM' long on beeg hoss an' nodder man on leetle hoss.
All the kinges barks are COM back with the souldiers; only the nobillety of all provinces stay with the Emperour.
W'en morning COM', then we mak' litter an' carry M'sieu' Tom.
In a public-house row brought before the magistrates they were told that “Oolter he COM in and drug un out.”
We swing up by de beeg lak' an' by-m-by we COM' on de cabin.
Young Injun 'long nem Clawhammer, an' we swing roun' by de beeg lak' an' COM' by de cabin.
I wasn't long in putting my COM'ether on her when I once began.
But few men have lived whose web of life has been filled with as many exciting events and sudden changes as was that of COM.
word-forming element usually meaning "with, together," from Latin com, archaic form of classical Latin cum "together, together with, in combination," from PIE *kom- "beside, near, by, with" (cf. Old English ge-, German ge-). The prefix in Latin sometimes was used as an intensive.
Before vowels and aspirates, reduced to co-; before -g-, assimilated to cog- or con-; before -l-, assimilated to col-; before -r-, assimilated to cor-; before -c-, -d-, -j-, -n-, -q-, -s-, -t-, -v- assimilated to con-.
com- or col- or con-
Together; with; joint; jointly: commensalism.
(.com, "commercial") The top-level domain originally for American companies but, since the explosion of the World-Wide Web, used by most companies and for vanity domains of all types, whether in the US or not, often in addition to country code domains like amazon.co.uk.
The term "dot com" is now widely used to refer to any Internet business as in "My dot com turned into a dot bomb".