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comes itis, m and f

com- + 1 I-, a companion, associate, comrade, partaker, sharer, partner. omnino sine comite venisse, quite alone: Comites secuti sunt virginem, T.: eius Rubrius: o socii comitesque, H.: cui fides Achates it comes, V.: victoriae Pompei, an associate in, Cs.: eius amentiae: mortis, O.: paternae fugae, L.: data sum comes Minervae, O.: comitem sororem Sprevisti, V.A guardian, tutor: Illi me comitem in arma pater misit, V.: custos comesque Iuli, V.An attendant, retainer, dependant: Brundisium ductus, H.: ducendus et unus Et comes alter, H.: comites magistratuum, retinue: eius: comes Neronis, one of Nero's train, H.—Fig., of things, a companion, attendant, concomitant, associate, consequence: multarum deliciarum saltatio: eventūs rerum comites consiliorum: artes virtutis: culpam poena premit comes, H.

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