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comitor

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From comes (companion, comrade).

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VerbEdit

present active comitor, present infinitive comitārī, perfect active comitātus sum (deponent)

  1. I join someone as an attendant; accompany, attend, follow; guard, escort; serve.
  2. I attend someone to the grave, attend a funeral.

Usage notesEdit

Used with an accusative construction, an ablative absolute or, with abstract subjects, the dative (in the sense of attending certain circumstances or qualities).

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