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1culm

noun \ˈkəlm\

Definition of CULM

:  refuse coal screenings :  slack

Origin of CULM

Middle English
First Known Use: 14th century

2culm

noun

Definition of CULM

:  a monocotyledonous stem (as of a grass or sedge)

Origin of CULM

Latin culmus stalk — more at haulm
First Known Use: circa 1657

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