[kuh-moh-shuh n] /kəˈmoʊ ʃən/
violent or tumultuous motion; agitation; noisy disturbance:
What’s all the commotion in the hallway?
political or social disturbance or upheaval; sedition; insurrection.
violent disturbance; upheaval
political insurrection; disorder
a confused noise; din
late 14c., from Middle French commocion “violent motion, agitation” (12c., Modern French commotion), from Latin commotionem (nominative commotio) “violent motion, agitation,” noun of action from past participle stem of commovere “to move, disturb,” from com- “together,” or “thoroughly” (see com-) + movere “to move” (see move (v.)).
see: cause a commotion
[kom-er-uh n-see] /ˈkɒm ər ən si/ noun, plural commorancies. Law. 1. a dwelling in a place; usual or temporary residence in a place.
noun 1. a widely distributed wood warbler, Geothlypis trichas, of North America and Mexico, in the male having a black facial mask and yellow underparts.
- Commodore 128
company (CBM) Makers of the PET, Commodore 64, Commodore 16, Commodore 128, and Amiga personal computers. Their logo is a chicken head. On 1994-04-29, Commodore International announced that it had been unable to renegotiate terms of outstanding loans and was closing down the business. Commodore US was expected to go into liquidation. Commodore US, France, […]
[koh-moh; Italian kaw-maw] /ˈkoʊ moʊ; Italian ˈkɔ mɔ/ noun 1. Lake, a lake in N Italy, in Lombardy. 35 miles (56 km) long; 56 sq. mi. (145 sq. km). 2. a city at the SW end of this lake. /ˈkəʊməʊ; Italian ˈkɔːmo/ noun 1. a city in N Italy, in Lombardy at the SW end […]