cames

came

2 [keym]
noun
a slender, grooved bar of lead for holding together the pieces of glass in windows of latticework or stained glass. See illus. under quarrel2.
Also called ribbon.


Origin:
1680–90; special use of came ridge; see kame, comb1

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came1 (keɪm)
 
vb
the past tense of come

came2 (keɪm)
 
n
a grooved strip of lead used to join pieces of glass in a stained-glass window or a leaded light
 
[C17: of unknown origin]

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came
past tense of come.
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