Definitions for COMING
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word COMING.
approach, approaching, comingnoun
the act of drawing spatially closer to something
"the hunter's approach scattered the geese"
arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous)
"the advent of the computer"
approach, approaching, comingnoun
the temporal property of becoming nearer in time
"the approach of winter"
orgasm, climax, sexual climax, comingadjective
the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
approaching, coming(a), forthcoming, upcomingadjective
of the relatively near future
"the approaching election"; "this coming Thursday"; "the forthcoming holidays"; "the upcoming spring fashions"
The act of arriving; an arrival
We expect great things from you this coming year.
When he was fired, nobody was surprised or upset because they thought he had it coming.
Newly in fashion; advancing into maturity or achievement.
Ergonomic wallets are the coming thing.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from To come.
Where art thou, Adam! wont with joy to meet
My coming, seen far off? John Milton, Paradise Lost, b. x.
Sweet the coming on
Of grateful ev’ning mild. John Milton, Paradise Lost, b. iv.
May’t please you, noble madam, to withdraw
Into your private chamber; we shall give you
The full cause of our coming. William Shakespeare, Henry VIII.
Some people in America counted their years by the coming of certain birds amongst them at their certain seasons, and leaving them at others. John Locke.
Etymology: from come.
Now will I be your Rosalind in a more coming on disposition; and ask me what you will, I will grant it. William Shakespeare.
That very lapidary himself, with a coming stomach, and in the cock’s place, would have made the cock’s choice. Roger L'Estrange.
That he had been so affectionate a husband, was no ill argument to the coming dowager. John Dryden, Virg. Æn. Dedic.
On morning wings, how active springs the mind,
How easy every labour it pursues,
How coming to the poet every muse! Alexander Pope, Imit. of Horace.
Praise of great acts, he scatters as a seed,
Which may the like in coming ages breed. Wentworth Dillon.
Coming generally refers to the act or process of approaching or arriving at a certain place, situation, or state. It often implies moving towards a particular destination, or a personal experience or development. Coming can also refer to the act of coming into existence, being born, or becoming evident or apparent. It can have various connotations depending on the context in which it is used.
approaching; of the future, especially the near future; the next; as, the coming week or year; the coming exhibition
ready to come; complaisant; fond
approach; advent; manifestation; as, the coming of the train
specifically: The Second Advent of Christ
Verb form of the word come.
They are coming to the wedding as we invited them.
Submitted by MaryC on April 15, 2020
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Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'COMING' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #700
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'COMING' in Written Corpus Frequency: #220
Rank popularity for the word 'COMING' in Adjectives Frequency: #998
The numerical value of COMING in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of COMING in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
You need to see this coming. It’s coming your way. It’s coming to a town, a city, a university, a college, a church near you.
I don't know where the President's information is coming from, i don't believe it's coming from law enforcement. It's certainly not coming from victims, and it's not coming from the dozens of service providers who I've spoken with across the country. None of us have seen anything that looks like what the President has described.
The punch that is most deadly is the one you don’t see coming, you need to see this coming. It’s coming your way. It’s coming to a town, a city, a university, a college, a church near you.
Life of the known and knowledgeable. Elevator. People coming in and coming out. One stays. Lights turn on and off.
It is not the going out of port, but the coming in, that determines the success of a voyage.
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Translations for COMING
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- идване, пристиганеBulgarian
- Aufkommen, KommenGerman
- viniendo, venidaSpanish
- tuleva, tuleminenFinnish
- venir, venue, arrivéeFrench
- tighinnScottish Gaelic
- अ रहे हैHindi
- ժամանում, գալուստArmenian
- 来臨, 到来Japanese
- komt eraanDutch
- наступление, приходRussian
- آ رہا ہےUrdu
- sắp tớiVietnamese
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