[koh-mak, kom-ak] /ˈkoʊ mæk, ˈkɒm æk/
a town on central Long Island, in SE New York.
noun A person who overstresses minor details; a pedantic and picayune perfectionist (1940s+)
[kom-uh-jer] /ˈkɒm ə dʒər/ noun 1. Henry Steele, 1902–98, U.S. historian, author, and teacher.
noun, Grammar. 1. the use of a comma, rather than a semicolon, colon, or period, to separate related main clauses in the absence of a coordinating conjunction: often considered to be incorrect or undesirable, especially in formal writing.
[kuh-mand, -mahnd] /kəˈmænd, -ˈmɑnd/ verb (used with object) 1. to direct with specific authority or prerogative; order: The captain commanded his men to attack. 2. to require authoritatively; demand: She commanded silence. 3. to have or exercise authority or control over; be master of; have at one’s bidding or disposal: The Pharaoh commanded 10,000 slaves. […]