cwm

[ koom ]
/ kum /

noun

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Origin of cwm

1850–55; <Welsh: valley. See combe

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British Dictionary definitions for cwm

cwm
/ (kuːm) /

noun

(in Wales) a valley
geology another name for cirque (def. 1)
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Scientific definitions for cwm

cwm
[ kōōm ]

See cirque.
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