English edit

Etymology edit

Dialectal formation by analogy with comecame.

Pronunciation edit

Verb edit


  1. (rare, nonstandard, chiefly Canada, US dialect) simple past of succumb
    He succame to his injuries.

Usage notes edit

  • Speakers who use this form typically keep the past participle as succumb, following the same analogy with come.

References edit

  • Royal Skousen, Deryle Lonsdale, Dilworth B. Parkinson, Analogical Modeling: An Exemplar-based Approach to Language, 2002, Page 22
  • Robert R. Ratcliffe, The "broken" Plural Problem in Arabic and Comparative Semitic: Allomorphy and Analogy in Non-concatenative Morphology, 1998, page 10

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