Coomb (?), n. [AS. cumb a liquid measure, perh. from LL. cumba boat, tomb of stone, fr. Gr. hollow of a vessel, cup, boat, but cf. G. kumpf bowl.]

A dry measure of four bushels, or half a quarter.

[Written also comb.]


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Coomb, Coombe (?), n. [See Comb, Combe, in this sense.]

A hollow in a hillside. [Prov. Eng.] See Comb, Combe.

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