Concomitated vs Concomitate - What's the difference?

concomitated | concomitate |


As verbs the difference between concomitated and concomitate

is that concomitated is (concomitate) while concomitate is to accompany, to be somehow connected.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

concomitated

English

Verb

(head)
  • (concomitate)

  • concomitate

    English

    Verb

  • to accompany, to be somehow connected
  • *1638 Herbert, Sir Thomas Some years travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique
  • *:...bored by nature atop their prodigious ?houlders, like ?o many floating Ilands concomitating us.
  • concomitate

    English

    Verb

  • to accompany, to be somehow connected
  • *1638 Herbert, Sir Thomas Some years travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique
  • *:...bored by nature atop their prodigious ?houlders, like ?o many floating Ilands concomitating us.