a type of Persian pottery ware.

Origin of gombroon

First recorded in 1690–1700; after Gombroon a town on the Persian Gulf
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  • It is said that there is a banyan tree near Gombroon on the Persian gulf, computed to cover nearly 1,700 yards.

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British Dictionary definitions for gombroon



Persian and Chinese pottery and porcelain wares

Word Origin for gombroon

C17: named after Gombroon, Iran, from which it was originally exported
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