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cum 1

 (ko͝om, kŭm)
prep.
Together with; plus. Often used in combination: our attic-cum-studio.

[Latin; see kom in Indo-European roots.]

cum 2

 (kŭm)
n. Vulgar Slang
Variant of come.

cum

(kʌm)
prep
used between two nouns to designate an object of a combined nature: a kitchen-cum-dining room.
[Latin: with, together with, along with]

cum

(kʌm)
n
vb

cum

(kʌm, kʊm)

prep.
with; combined with; along with (usu. used in combination): a garage-cum-workshop.
[1580–90; < Latin: with]

cum.

cumulative.

cu. m.

cubic meter.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cum - the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tractcum - the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
milt - seminal fluid produced by male fish
bodily fluid, body fluid, liquid body substance, humour, humor - the liquid parts of the body
sperm, sperm cell, spermatozoan, spermatozoon - the male reproductive cell; the male gamete; "a sperm is mostly a nucleus surrounded by little other cellular material"
Translations
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jobijobistamalahti saamaorgasmi saamapauk
saada orgasmispermatulla
いく
eiaculare
nasieniespermawytryskiwać
slobozslobozi

cum

[kʌm] PREPcon
it's a sort of kitchen-cum-libraryes algo así como cocina y biblioteca combinadas
I was butler-cum-gardener to Lady Janeyo fui mayordomo y jardinero a la vez en el servicio de Lady Jane

cum

[ˈkʌm] n (= semen) → foutre m

cum

prepin einem, gleichzeitig; a sort of sofa-cum-bedeine Art von Sofa und Bett in einem
References in classic literature ?
She was tol'able peart when she cum in, and asked if she couldn't warm herself here a spell; and I was just a-askin' her where she cum from, and she fainted right down.
2d, He hath held communication with an excommunicated person, capital 57, Ut fratres non participent cum excommunicatis, and therefore hath a portion in Anathema Maranatha.
Of course my statement must be taken cum grano, since I am writing from the dictation of a clerk of the Russian consul, who kindly translated for me, time being short.
Mr Burd points out that this passage is imitated directly from Cicero's "De Officiis": "Nam cum sint duo genera decertandi, unum per disceptationem, alterum per vim; cumque illud proprium sit hominis, hoc beluarum; confugiendum est ad posterius, si uti non licet superiore.
otium cum dignitate'--upon the luxurious mats which covered the floor.
I nebber did see sick a deuced bug - he kick and he bite ebery ting what cum near him.
1} The "Hortulus Animæ cum Oratiunculis Aliquibus Superadditis" of Grünninger
Cum whoam, tell 'e, cum whoam,' replied the Yorkshireman, sternly.
Do ye gang whoam wi' me, and do yon loight an' toight young whipster look sharp out for a brokken head, next time he cums under my hond.
Circa quam ergo hostiles inter se acies cum ingenti clamore hostiliter conveniunt.
magna cum laude, (2015) from SMU Dedman School of Law and B.
Ashby: Dylan Baer (Magna Cum Laude), Evan Woollacott