Venire is one of the most important verbs in Italian.
As a verb is most of the times used with the meaning of to come (venire) or to come from (venire DA).
Vengo con te. I come with you.
Da dove vieni? Vengo da Roma Where are you from? I come from Rome.
However venire comes with a number different shades of meanings, depending on how it used, for example..
Venire, when used in the passive form (é venuto/a/i/e), is also used to express the result of something or
Com’ é venuta la torta? É venuta bene. How was the cake? It was good.
Mi é venuta la febbre. I came with a fever.
Venire su can mean to grow up.
Il bambino viene su bene.
The child grew up.
Venire is used to in some expressions like:
Venire in mente
Mi é venuto in mente che devo andare a fare la spesa.
I came to think that I need to go food shopping.
Venire a sapere:
Sono venuta a sapere che tuo fratello si é sposato.
I got to know that your brother got married
Venire alle mani:
Non venite alle mani, comportatevi da persone mature.
Don’t beat each other, behave like mature people.
Venire can also be used to ask the cost for something:
Quanto viene? How much is that.