Pronunciation of Come  

English Meaning

To move hitherward; to draw near; to approach the speaker, or some place or person indicated; -- opposed to go.

  1. To advance toward the speaker or toward a specified place; approach: Come to me.
  2. To advance in a specified manner: The children came reluctantly when I insisted.
  3. To make progress; advance: a former drug addict who has come a long way.
  4. To fare: How are things coming today? They're coming fine.
  5. To reach a particular point in a series or as a result of orderly progression: At last we came to the chapter on ergonomics.
  6. To arrive, as in due course: Dawn comes at 5 A.M. in June.
  7. To move into view; appear: The moon came over the horizon.
  8. To occur in time; take place: The game will be played tomorrow, come rain or shine.
  9. To arrive at a particular result or end: come to an understanding.
  10. To arrive at or reach a particular state or condition: Come to your senses!
  11. To move or be brought to a particular position: The convoy came to an abrupt halt.
  12. To extend; reach: water that came to my waist.
  13. To have priority; rank: My work comes first.
  14. To happen as a result: This mess comes of your carelessness.
  15. To fall to one: No good can come of this.
  16. To occur in the mind: A good idea just came to me.
  17. To issue forth: A cry came from the frightened child.
  18. To be derived; originate: Oaks come from acorns.
  19. To be descended: They come from a good family.
  20. To be within a given range or spectrum of reference or application: This stipulation comes within the terms of your contract.
  21. To be a native or resident: My friend comes from Chicago.
  22. To add up to a certain amount: Expenses came to more than income.
  23. To become: The knot came loose. This is a dream that has come true.
  24. To turn out to be: A good education doesn't come cheap.
  25. To be available or obtainable: shoes that come in all sizes.
  26. Vulgar Slang To experience orgasm.
  27. Vulgar Slang Semen ejaculated during orgasm.
  28. come about To take place; happen.
  29. come about To turn around.
  30. come about Nautical To change tack.
  31. come across To meet or find by chance: came across my old college roommate in town today.
  32. come across To do what is wanted.
  33. come across To pay over money that is demanded: came across with the check.
  34. come across To give an impression: "He comes across as a very sincere, religious individual” ( William L. Clay).
  35. come along To make advances to a goal; progress: Things are coming along fine.
  36. come along To go with someone else who takes the lead: I'll come along on the hike.
  37. come along To show up; appear: Don't take the first offer that comes along.
  38. around To recover, revive: fainted but soon came around.
  39. around To change one's opinion or position: You'll come around after you hear the whole story.
  40. come at To obtain; get: come at an education through study.
  41. come at To rush at; attack.
  42. come back To return to or regain past success after a period of misfortune.
  43. come back To retort; reply: came back with a sharp riposte.
  44. come back To recur to the memory: It's all coming back to me now.
  45. come between To cause to be in conflict or estrangement.
  46. come by To gain possession of; acquire: Mortgages are hard to come by.
  47. come by To pay a visit.
  48. come down To lose wealth or position: He has really come down in the world.
  49. come down To pass or be handed down by tradition: customs that come down from colonial times.
  50. come down To be handed down from a higher authority: An indictment finally came down.
  51. come down Slang To happen; occur: What's coming down tonight?
  52. come down Slang To experience diminishing effects of a recreational or hallucinogenic drug.
  53. come in To arrive: Fall clothes will be coming in soon.
  54. come in To become available for use: New weather information just came in.
  55. come in To start producing. Used of an oil well.
  56. come in To arrive among those who finish a contest or race: came in fifth.
  57. come in To perform or function in a particular way: A food processor comes in handy.
  58. come in To reply in a specified manner to a call or signal: The pilot's voice came in loud and clear.
  59. come in To take on a specified role: When editorial review commences, that's where you come in.
  60. come into To acquire, especially as an inheritance: She came into a fortune on her 21st birthday.
  61. come off To happen; occur: The trip came off on schedule.
  62. come off To acquit oneself: She is sure to come off badly if challenged to explain.
  63. come off To turn out to be successful: a party that came off.
  64. come on To convey a particular personal image: comes on as an old-fashioned reactionary.
  65. come on Slang To show sexual interest in someone: trying to come on to me during the party.
  66. come on To progress or advance in increments: Darkness came on after seven.
  67. come on To begin in small increments or by degrees: Sleet came on after one o'clock.
  68. come on To hurry up; move rapidly. Often used in the imperative: Would you please come on! We'll be late!
  69. come on To stop an inappropriate behavior; abandon a position or an attitude; be obliging. Used chiefly in the imperative: You've used the same feeble excuse for weeks. Come on!
  70. come out To become known: The whole story came out at the trial.
  71. come out To be issued or brought out: The author's new book just came out.
  72. come out To make a formal social debut: She came out at age 18 in New York City.
  73. come out To end up; result: Everything came out wrong.
  74. come out To declare oneself publicly: The governor came out in favor of tax breaks.
  75. come out To reveal that one is a gay man, a lesbian, or a bisexual.
  76. come over To change sides, as in a controversy.
  77. come over To pay a casual visit.
  78. come through To do what is required or anticipated: I asked for their help, and they came through.
  79. come through To become manifest: The parents' tenderness comes through in their facial expressions.
  80. come through To be communicated: The coach's displeasure came through loud and clear.
  81. come to To recover consciousness: The fainting victim came to.
  82. come to To bring the bow into the wind.
  83. come to To anchor.
  84. come up To manifest itself; arise: The question never came up.
  85. come up To rise above the horizon: The sun came up.
  86. come up To rise, as in status or rank: a general who came up from the ranks.
  87. come up To draw near; approach: came up and said hello.
  88. come upon To discover or meet by accident.
  89. come with Informal To accompany someone; go along: I'm going to the store; do you want to come with?
  90. come a cropper To fail utterly.
  91. come again Used as a request to repeat what was said.
  92. come clean To confess all.
  93. come down on To punish, oppose, or reprimand severely and often with force: a district attorney who came down hard on drug dealers.
  94. come down to To confront or deal with forthrightly: When you come right down to it, you have to admit I'm correct.
  95. come down to To amount to in essence: It comes down to this: the man is a cheat.
  96. come down with To become sick with (an illness): came down with the flu.
  97. come in for To receive; be subjected to: came in for harsh criticism.
  98. come into (one's) own To get possession of what belongs to one.
  99. come into (one's) own To obtain rightful recognition or prosperity: a concert pianist who has at last come into his own.
  100. come off it Slang To stop acting or speaking foolishly or pretentiously. Often used in the imperative.
  101. come out with To put into words; say: always comes out with the truth.
  102. come out with To reveal publicly: came out with a new tax package.
  103. come to blows To begin a physical fight.
  104. come to grief To meet with disaster; fail.
  105. come to grips with To confront squarely and attempt to deal decisively with: "He had to come to grips with the proposition” ( Louis Auchincloss).
  106. light To be clearly revealed or disclosed: "A further problem . . . came to light last summer as a result of post-flight inspections” ( John Noble Wilford).
  107. come to terms To confront squarely and come to understand fully and objectively: "He attempts to come to terms with his own early experiences . . . and with his father, a con man of extravagant dimensions” ( Peter S. Prescott).
  108. come to terms To reach mutual agreement: The warring factions have at last come to terms.
  109. come true To happen as predicted: My fondest dreams have at last come true.
  110. come up against To encounter, especially a difficulty or major problem.
  111. come up with To bring forth, discover, or produce: came up with a cure for the disease.

Malayalam Meaning

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കാലം മാറുക - Kaalam Maaruka | Kalam Maruka ;അനാഗത - Anaagatha | Anagatha ;ആയിത്തീരുക - Aayiththeeruka | ayitheeruka ;സംഭവിക്കുക - Sambhavikkuka ;ലഭ്യമാകുക - Labhyamaakuka | Labhyamakuka ;സമീപിക്കുക - Sameepikkuka ;

അറിയുക - Ariyuka ;വന്നു ചേരുക - Vannu Cheruka ;എത്തിക്കഴിയുക - Eththikkazhiyuka | Ethikkazhiyuka ;ഭാവിക്കുക - Bhaavikkuka | Bhavikkuka ;വരിക - Varika ;ആഗമിക്കുക - Aagamikkuka | agamikkuka ;സമാഗതമാകുക - Samaagathamaakuka | Samagathamakuka ;ഇളകിവരുക - Ilakivaruka ;വെളിപ്പെടുക - Velippeduka ;അനുഭവപ്പെടുക - Anubhavappeduka ;എത്തുക - Eththuka | Ethuka ;യാത്രചെയ്യുക - Yaathracheyyuka | Yathracheyyuka ;പ്രാപിക്കുക - Praapikkuka | Prapikkuka ;ആവുക - Aavuka | avuka ;വരുക - Varuka ;അടുക്കുക - Adukkuka ;എത്തിച്ചേരുക - Eththicheruka | Ethicheruka ;തര്‍ക്കത്തിലെത്തുക - Thar‍kkaththileththuka | Thar‍kkathilethuka ;


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Ezekiel 30:6

"Thus says the LORD: "Those who uphold Egypt shall fall, And the pride of her power shall come down. From Migdol to Syene Those within her shall fall by the sword," Says the Lord GOD.

യഹോവ ഇപ്രകാരം അരുളിച്ചെയ്യുന്നു: മിസ്രയീമിനെ താങ്ങുന്നവർ വീഴും; അതിന്റെ ബലത്തിന്റെ പ്രതാപം താണുപോകും; സെവേനേഗോപുരംമുതൽ അവർ വാൾകൊണ്ടു വീഴും എന്നു യഹോവയായ കർത്താവിന്റെ അരുളപ്പാടു.

Hosea 13:13

The sorrows of a woman in childbirth shall come upon him. He is an unwise son, For he should not stay long where children are born.

നോവുകിട്ടിയ സ്ത്രീയുടെ വേദന അവന്നു ഉണ്ടാകും; അവൻ ബുദ്ധിയില്ലാത്ത മകൻ ; സമയമാകുമ്പോൾ അവൻ ഗർഭദ്വാരത്തിങ്കൽ എത്തുന്നില്ല.

Psalms 119:77

Let Your tender mercies come to me, that I may live; For Your law is my delight.

ഞാൻ ജീവിച്ചിരിക്കേണ്ടതിന്നു നിന്റെ കരുണ എനിക്കു വരുമാറാകട്ടെ; നിന്റെ ന്യായപ്രമാണത്തിൽ ഞാൻ രസിക്കുന്നു.


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