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cum

(kum),
With
[L.]

cum

[koo͡m]
Etymology: L
together with.

come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.

cum

(kum)
With [L.].
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Guarini, 1939, 23, "Nam cum nihil adeo res humanas agiter, adeo conficiat, annihilet quam dissentiones mutuae et discordiae, ostenderem innumerabiles hac una re depositas esse capitales inimicitias, extinctas nominarem seditiones, praelia dirempta proferrem.
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North Grosvenordale, CT: Adam Favreau, BSBA, cum laude; Anthony R.
cum laude, from Albany Law School of Union University and a Master of Laws in Taxation, with distinction, from Georgetown National Law Center.
Magna cum laude went to Emma Aldridge, of Sterling;
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Carlson, BSBA; Michael Thomas McConville, magna cum laude, BSBA; Jessica Shoar-Billings, MBA; Cherry Valley: Domenic A.
Pakur for 83,874 cum for Howrah, 50,000 cum for Sealdah, 2,46,126 cum for Asansol and 45,000 cum for Malda Division of Eastern Railway.
Leifer, bachelor of science in special education; Cong Zhao, bachelor of fine arts in painting, summa cum laude, and a bachelor of science in film and television, summa cum laude; Megan E.