comma comma  /ˈkɑ mə/


  1. (n) a punctuation mark (,) used to indicate the separation of elements within the grammatical structure of a sentence
  2. (n) anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing



  • Kawhi Not? Silent, Sinewy Small Forward Stirs the Spurs

    While Tuesday night’s blowout win over the Heat was punctuated by the surprisingly dynamic sharpshooting duo of Gary Neal and Danny Green, the all-important comma in Miami’s death sentence was Kawhi Leonard. Much was made of Golden State small forward Harrison Barnes elevating his game during the second round against the Spurs, but it’s been Leonard who’s quietly emerged as the breakout player ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: San Antonio Current


  1. Sam said: "I would open my eyes in the morning and there Kate would be, going, 'Great! You're awake! Now let's talk about the second scene.' She loves to bring home work. She wants to talk about literally every full stop and comma, and so I realised...
    on Jan 20, 2009 By: Sam Mendes Source: MyParkMag

  2. "We will look very carefully at every period, every comma - we will see that very concrete agreements are made from which people cannot pull back," Merkel told reporters in Berlin before leaving for the summit in London.
    on Apr 1, 2009 By: Angela Merkel Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. "That's the problem with this rhetoric ...... on dollar policy. If I even put a comma as opposed to a period people are suggesting change," Bush said.
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: President Bush Source: AFP

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