- get something or somebody for a specific purpose
- originate or come into being
- be mentioned
- come up, of celestial bodies
- come to the surface
- start running, functioning, or operating
- bring forth, usually something desirable
- result or issue
- gather or bring together
- gather (money or other resources) together over time
- move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
- move upward
and finally, the Chaldaic paraphrase of Onkelos, which renders it, A wind coming from God blew upon the face of the waters
And where I knew, by reason of the currents, the savages durst not, at least would not come with their boats, upon any account whatsoever.
The fact was, as she explained to him, behind a very shabby fan, one of her married daughters had come up quite suddenly to stay with her.
So I decided that maybe to save further trouble, I’d better lie, too, and say that Jesus had come, and get up and be saved. So I got up.
The third cart comes up, and the supposed Evremonde descends. His lips move, forming the words, “a life you love.”
Poke out/through/up be visible coming through(a hole,slit,etc);protrude
From that it had come upon him, with shocking force, that apart from his parents, he had never loved anyone
He's got beaten up? He should have it coming on him for the way he often ill-treats others.
"Has Jim come here yet?" "Yes, he's been waiting downstairs for half an hour." "Then, why don't you bring him up?"
"Now, at last, she was really in it. She had come up the imposing steps, guarded by the large and portly doorman."
come up for
confer over a problem and come up with an opinion
come up with a conclusion
come up against
come up in the world
come up roses
come up smiling
come up to
come up to the chalk