Definition of Commere

1. a female compere [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commere

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commercialisms
commercialist
commercialistic
commercialists
commercialities
commerciality
commercialization
commercialize
commercialized
commercializes
commercializing
commercially
commercials
commercing
commere (current term)
commeres
commerge
commerged
commerges
commers
commeth
commie
commie poker
commies
commigrate
commigrated
commigrates
commigrating
commigration

Literary usage of Commere

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1. Handlingar (1903)
"'avec quelques qualites ou defauts consideres surtout comme trcs habituels et de tous les instants': tme mechanic commere; c. dolente 'personne qui se ..."

2. On Transferred Appellations of Human Beings, Chiefly in English and German by Josef Reinius (1903)
"In the same way Sc. cummer, kimmer (< Fr. commere) a) 'a godmother' etc. 1303 +; b) then—just as in Fr.—'a female companion or intimate' 1500—20 Dunbar +; ..."

3. Archaic England: An Essay in Deciphering Prehistory from Megalithic by Harold Bayley (1920)
"Compere and commere figure not only in the Church but also in the Theatre, and it is more than likely that the commere and compere of the modern ..."

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