comes

[ koh-meez ]
/ ˈkoʊ miz /

noun, plural com·i·tes [kom-i-teez] /ˈkɒm ɪˌtiz/.

Astronomy. companion1(def 6).
Anatomy. a blood vessel accompanying another vessel or a nerve.

Origin of comes

1675–85; < Latin: traveling companion, probably < *com-it-s, equivalent to com- com- + -it- noun derivative of īre to go + -s nominative singular ending

Definition for comes (2 of 2)

Origin of come

before 900; Middle English comen, Old English cuman; cognate with Dutch komen, German kommen, Gothic qiman, Old Norse koma, Latin venīre (see avenue), Greek baínein (see basis), Sanskrit gácchati (he) goes

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British Dictionary definitions for comes

come
/ (kʌm) /

verb comes, coming, came or come (mainly intr)

interjection

an exclamation expressing annoyance, irritation, etccome now!; come come!

noun taboo, slang

semen

Word Origin for come

Old English cuman; related to Old Norse koma, Gothic qiman, Old High German queman to come, Sanskrit gámati he goes
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Medical definitions for comes

comes
[ kōmēz ]

n. pl. com•i•tes (kŏmĭ-tēz′)

A blood vessel accompanying another vessel or a nerve.
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