Comus

Comus, the Roman deity who presided over festive revelries; the title of a poem by Milton, “the most exquisite of English or any masks.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Comte, Auguste * Comyn, John
Communism
Comne`nus
Como, Lake of
Comorin, Cape
Comoro Isles
Comparetti
Compiègne
Compton, Henry
Comrie
Comte, Auguste
Comus
Comyn, John
Comyn, John
Concepcion
Conception of our Lady
Conciergerie
Conclave
Concord
Concord
Concordat, The
Concorde, Place de la

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Comus in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Arne, Thomas Augustine
Browne, William
Dalton, John, D. D.
Jeffery
Lawes, Henry
Milton, John
Puteanus, Erycius
Quin, James
Waller, Edmund
Wotton, Sir Henry
Wright, Joseph