Come Definition

Define what is Come?

1. come, cum, ejaculate, semen, seminal fluid, seed (noun)

the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract.

    Hypernyms

    bodily fluid, body fluid, liquid body substance, humour, humor noun
    the liquid parts of the body.

    Hyponyms

    milt noun
    seminal fluid produced by male fish.

    2. come, come up (verb)

    move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody.

    • He came singing down the road.
    • Come with me to the Casbah.
    • come down here!.
    • come out of the closet!.
    • come into the room.
    Synonyms: come up
    Antonyms: depart, go away, go (verb)

    move away from a place into another direction.

    Hypernyms

    go, locomote, move, travel verb
    change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically.

    Hyponyms

    emanate verb
    proceed or issue forth, as from a source.

    accost, come up to, address verb
    speak to someone.

    come near, approach verb
    come near in time.

    approach, draw near, near, come near, come on, draw close, go up verb
    move towards.

    3. arrive, come, get (verb)

    reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress.

    • She arrived home at 7 o'clock.
    • She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight.
    Synonyms: arrive, get
    Antonyms: go forth, leave, go away (verb)

    go away from a place.

    Hyponyms

    Land, set down verb
    reach or come to rest.

    drive in verb
    arrive by motorcar.

    Land, put down, bring down verb
    cause to come to the ground.

    set ashore, shore, Land verb
    arrive on shore.

    roll up verb
    arrive in a vehicle:.

    come in, come verb
    be received.

    attain, reach, hit verb
    reach a point in time, or a certain state or level.

    flood in verb
    arrive in great numbers.

    move in, pull in, get in, draw in verb
    of trains; move into (a station).

    plump in verb
    arrive suddenly and unannounced.

    4. come (verb)

    come to pass; arrive, as in due course.

    • The first success came three days later.
    • It came as a shock.
    • Dawn comes early in June.
    Hypernyms
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    descend, settle, Fall verb
    come as if by falling.

    5. come (verb)

    reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position.

    • The water came to a boil.
    • We came to understand the true meaning of life.
    • Their anger came to a boil.
    • I came to realize the true meaning of life.
    • The shoes came untied.
    • come into contact with a terrorist group.
    • his face went red.
    • your wish will come true.
    Hypernyms

    change verb
    undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature.

    6. come, follow (verb)

    to be the product or result.

    • Melons come from a vine.
    • Understanding comes from experience.
    Synonyms: follow
    Hypernyms

    arise, originate, spring up, uprise, develop, grow, rise verb
    come into existence; take on form or shape.

    7. come (verb)

    be found or available.

    • These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled.
    Hypernyms

    exist, Be verb
    have an existence, be extant.

    8. issue forth, come (verb)

    come forth.

    • A scream came from the woman's mouth.
    • His breath came hard.
    Synonyms: issue forth

    9. hail, come (verb)

    be a native of.

    • She hails from Kalamazoo.
    Synonyms: hail
    Hypernyms

    Be verb
    have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun).

    10. come (verb)

    extend or reach.

    • The water came up to my waist.
    • The sleeves come to your knuckles.
    Hypernyms

    extend, run, lead, pass, go verb
    stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point.

    11. come (verb)

    exist or occur in a certain point in a series.

    • Next came the student from France.
    Hypernyms

    Be verb
    occupy a certain position or area; be somewhere.

    12. come (verb)

    cover a certain distance.

    • She came a long way.
    Hypernyms

    go, locomote, move, travel verb
    change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically.

    13. Fall, come (verb)

    come under, be classified or included.

    • fall into a category.
    • This comes under a new heading.
    Synonyms: Fall
    Hypernyms

    Be verb
    have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun).

    14. come (verb)

    happen as a result.

    • Nothing good will come of this.
    Hypernyms

    ensue, result verb
    issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.); end.

    15. number, total, amount, add up, come (verb)

    add up in number or quantity.

    • The bills amounted to $2,000.
    • The bill came to $2,000.
    Synonyms: number, total, amount, add up
    Hypernyms

    Be verb
    have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun).

    Hyponyms

    work out verb
    be calculated.

    outnumber verb
    be larger in number.

    average, average out verb
    amount to or come to an average, without loss or gain.

    make verb
    add up to.

    16. add up, amount, come (verb)

    develop into.

    • This idea will never amount to anything.
    • nothing came of his grandiose plans.
    Synonyms: add up, amount
    Hypernyms

    become, turn verb
    undergo a change or development.

    Hyponyms

    aggregate verb
    amount in the aggregate to.

    17. come in, come (verb)

    be received.

    • News came in of the massacre in Rwanda.
    Synonyms: come in
    Hypernyms

    arrive, come, get verb
    reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress.

    18. occur, come (verb)

    come to one's mind; suggest itself.

    • It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary.
    • A great idea then came to her.
    Synonyms: occur
    Hypernyms

    become verb
    come into existence.

    19. descend, derive, come (verb)

    come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example.

    • She was descended from an old Italian noble family.
    • he comes from humble origins.
    Synonyms: descend, derive

    20. fare, get along, DO, make out, come (verb)

    proceed or get along.

    • How is she doing in her new job?.
    • How are you making out in graduate school?.
    • He's come a long way.
    Synonyms: fare, get along, DO, make out
    Hypernyms

    proceed, go verb
    follow a certain course.

    21. come (verb)

    experience orgasm.

    • she could not come because she was too upset.
    Hypernyms

    experience, go through, see verb
    go or live through.

    22. come (verb)

    have a certain priority.

    • My family comes first.
    Hypernyms

    rank verb
    take or have a position relative to others.

    Nearby Terms

    come about (verb)
    come to pass

    come across (verb)
    find unexpectedly

    come after (verb)
    come after in time, as a result

    come alive (verb)
    stop sleeping

    come along (verb)
    come into being or existence, or appear on the scene

    come apart (verb)
    become separated into pieces or fragments

    come around (verb)
    change one's position or opinion

    come away (verb)
    come to be detached

    come back (verb)
    be restored

    come before (verb)
    be the predecessor of

    come by (verb)
    visit informally and spontaneously

    come close (verb)
    nearly do something

    come down (verb)
    move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way

    come forth (verb)
    come out of

    come forward (verb)
    make oneself visible; take action