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1came

Definition of CAME

past of come

2came

noun \ˈkām\

Definition of CAME

:  a slender grooved lead rod used to hold together panes of glass especially in a stained-glass window

Origin of CAME

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1688

Rhymes with CAME

CAME Defined for Kids

came

Definition of CAME for Kids

past of come

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July 06, 2015
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