|Flashcards: Latin Derivatives|
(adj.) occurring with something else, accompanying; (n.) an accompanying thing
The Renaissance brought with it a renewed interest in the art and ideas of classical Greece and Rome and a concomitant shift in focus away from the divine and toward the human; thus, for example, halos disappeared in 16th-century art.
Related English words: concomitance, concomitancy
Latin root words: comitor, comitari, comitatus sum - to accompany; comes, comitis, m/f. - companion