Latin collective of comes, comitem "a companion, an associate" (see count (n.)).
- comings and goings,
- comity of nations
Examples from the Web for comitatus
Such kingdoms often rest on no national or tribal foundations; the king and his comitatus form the nucleus of the organism.
So also in government the council of the tribe or community has come to be nothing more than a comitatus or court.
But if you dispute his title, send a properly instructed person to plead the cause in our Comitatus.
But if you deny the fact, you are to bring your said wife to our Comitatus and there prove her innocence.'
Both are summoned to the 'Comitatus' of the King, that a fair division may there be made between them.