combe

or comb, coomb, coombe

[ koom, kohm ]
/ kum, koʊm /

noun British.

a narrow valley or deep hollow, especially one enclosed on all but one side.

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Origin of combe

Old English cumb valley < British Celtic; cf. cwm
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British Dictionary definitions for combe

combe

comb

/ (kuːm) /

noun

variant spellings of coomb
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