[kom-i-tee] /ˈkɒm ɪ ti/
noun, plural comities.
mutual courtesy; civility.
Also called comity of nations. courtesy between nations, as in respect shown by one country for the laws, judicial decisions, and institutions of another.
noun (pl) -ties
mutual civility; courtesy
short for comity of nations
the policy whereby one religious denomination refrains from proselytizing the members of another
a state of mutual harmony, friendship, and respect, esp. between or among nations or people; civility
Latin comis ‘courteous, friendly’
early 15c., “association,” from French comité, from Latin comitas “courtesy, friendliness, kindness, affability,” from comis “courteous, friendly, kind,” of uncertain origin. Meaning “courtesy” in English is from 1540s. Phrase comity of nations attested from 1862: “The obligation recognized by civilized nations to respect each other’s laws and usages as far as their separate interests allow.”
[kom-iks] /ˈkɒm ɪks/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. comic strips or comic art, often luridly sexual or political in character.
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[kom-uh] /ˈkɒm ə/ noun 1. the sign (,), a mark of punctuation used for indicating a division in a sentence, as in setting off a word, phrase, or clause, especially when such a division is accompanied by a slight pause or is to be noted in order to give order to the sequential elements of […]