Origin of culm1
verb (used without object)
Origin of culm2
Related Words for culmslack, smut, ember, char, stoke, carbon, fuel, cinder, spark, charcoal, scoria, ash, anthracite
Examples from the Web for culm
Historical Examples of culm
On such a day came Pike to the bank of Culm, with a loudly beating heart.Crocker's Hole
R. D. Blackmore
The men—the lime-burners—were not long gone, and the culm was still burning.My New Curate
As for having him at Culm Rock, it was too preposterous a thought to be entertained for a moment.
You'll have a fine run down to Culm, and you must send me a line back by the skipper.
Uncle Richard was getting to be more of a mystery to him than Culm Rock had been.