The Collaborative International Dictionary
Compt \Compt\ (kount, formerly k[o^]mt; 215), n. [F. compte. See
Count an account.]
Account; reckoning; computation. [Obs.]
Compt \Compt\, v. t. [F. compter. See Count, v. t.] To compute; to count. [Obs.] See Count.
Compt \Compt\, a. [L. comptus, p. p. of comere to care for,
comb, arrange, adorn.]
Neat; spruce. [Obs.]
(context obsolete English) neat; spruce Etymology 2
n. (context obsolete English) account; reckoning; computation v
(context obsolete English) To compute; to count.
Usage examples of "compt".
Nay, but I will speak, Since like two souls at compt we seem to stand, Where nothing may be hidden.