Come (verb)

  1. To move or travel towards or into the presence of someone or something.
  2. To arrive at a place.
  3. To take place or happen.
  4. To begin to exist or happen.
  5. To approach or draw near a time or event.

Origin:

Old english cuman, of germanic origin; related to dutch komen and german kommen.

Examples:

  1. Come and see me.
  2. The train has come.
  3. Summer is coming.
  4. It's time to come home.
  5. Good things come to those who wait.
Some random words: monocle, lordship, declination