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coom

or coomb  (ko͞om)
n.
1. Variants of combe..
2. See cirque.

coom

(kuːm) or

coomb

n
dialect chiefly Scot and Northern English waste material, such as dust from coal, grease from axles, etc
[C16 (meaning: soot): probably a variant of culm1]
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I ha' coom,' Stephen began, raising his eyes from the floor, after a moment's consideration, 'to ask yo yor advice.
I ha' coom to ask yo, sir, how I am to be ridded o' this woman.
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Coom back as governess--you shall have it all your own way.
Th'ave coom to the noo groups, my lady, crowds of 'em.
The approach depends on the virtual classroom, integrating e-learning system COOM with Facebook.
Lanes Group Managing Director Wayne Earnshaw said: "Network Rail has just re-awarded a substantial COOM multi-route drainage maintenance contract to Lanes Group company UKDN Waterflow (LG) Ltd for another 18 months.
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