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combe

noun \ˈküm, ˈkōm\

Definition of COMBE

1
British :  a deep narrow valley
2
British :  a valley or basin on the flank of a hill

Variants of COMBE

combe also coombe or coomb \ˈküm\

Origin of COMBE

Middle English coumbe, cumbe, from Old English cumb, of Celtic origin; akin to Welsh cwm valley
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with COMBE

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