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Comte is the Gallo-Romance (French and Occitan) form of the word 'count' (Latin: comes); comté is the Gallo-Romance form of the word 'county' (Latin: comitatus).
Comte may mean:
- a count in French, from Latin comes
- Auguste Comte (1794–1859), philosopher
- Louis Comte (1788–1859), magician
Comté may mean:
- A county in France, that is, the territory ruled by a count
- La Comté, a commune in the Pas-de-Calais département of France
- Comté cheese, a French cheese
- Vicomte, the French equivalent of a viscount - see French nobility
- Franche-Comté, a traditional province of eastern France
- Conde (disambiguation) (Spanish, Portuguese and Galician term for "Count")
- Conte (disambiguation) (Italian term for "Count")
- Le Compte
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