MEANING: verb intr.: To agree, approve, or coincide.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin concurrere (to run together, meet, or coincide), from con- (with) + currere (to run). Ultimately from the Indo-European root kers- (to run), which also gave us car, career, carpenter, occur, discharge, caricature, au courant, cark, discursive, and succor. Earliest documented use: 1522.

CONCURD - 1. a kind of cottage cheese; 2. a supersonic commercial airplane, no longer in active service

COINCUR - to take on a debt together, as when two people sign a mortgage

CMONCUR - Get moving, you mangy dog!