This kanji can be used in the words ¹þ¤à [komu] or ¹þ¤ß¹ç¤¦[komiau]¡¤which both mean "to be crowded". It is also used in ¹þ¤á¤ë[komeru], which means "to be put in". The left radical means "road", while the right radical means to enter.
To help you remember this kanji, imagine a person walking down the road and being pushed from behind. This person is obviously upset because he's being crowded. :D
(Contributed by: Linda Shum of Wesleyan University on 2/11/07)