Pronunciation: \ˈkä-mət-ah-ka-zee\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English comete, from Old English cometa, from Latin, from Greek komētēs

One who, after playing the role of martyr by dramatically falling on the proverbial sword, actually lives through the 'said' episode to complain endlessly and render guilt upon an unsuspecting and sympathetic listener.
Phil was on the brink of blowing his own brains out after his Italian mother, a true Cometta-Kazi, volunteered to have everyone over for Thanksgiving dinner and then bitched and moaned about how much work it would be.
by vincenzoUSA November 23, 2009
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