noun, genitive Co·lum·bae [kuh-luhm-bee] /kəˈlʌm bi/ for 2.
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OTHER WORDS FROM ColumbaCo·lum·ban, adjective
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George P., whose mother Columba is from Mexico, is charged with wooing those voters back.
Of the ancient church founded here by Columba, only the walls remain.
Here was an early religious establishment which existed before the times of St. Columba.Humanly Speaking|Samuel McChord Crothers
The biographer of Columba describes his followers as collecting wattles for the construction of their first edifice.
It is certain that in Columba's era, the middle of the sixth century, books were written and used in Ireland.
Columba sends the consecrated pebble, with a prescription that the water in which it is dipped is to be drunk.