noun co·ma·cine \ˈkōməˌchēn, -ˌsēn\

Definition of comacine



  1. :  an early medieval Italian mason; especially :  a member of a guild of medieval Italian masons supposedly persistent from classical times

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Origin and Etymology of comacine

Italian comacino, from Medieval Latin comacinus, commacinus, from Late Latin comacenus, adjective, of Como, irregular from Latin Comum Como, city in Italy

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a brief usually trivial fact

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