Origin of culm1
Definition for culm (2 of 2)
verb (used without object)
Examples from the Web for culm
Noll's face flushed at these words, and he half resolved to go home, and leave these Culm children to their parents' ignorance.
There is a curious local custom of mixing “culm,” a compound of clay and small coal, in the streets.
In America, culm is used as an equivalent for waste or slack in anthracite mining.
He trembled for fear Uncle Richard would forbid him to go to Culm again.
Educated at the military schools of Culm and Berlin, he entered the Guards as 2nd lieutenant in 1827.