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:[1] An old English measure of [[corn]] (e.g., [[wheat]]), equal to half a [[quarter]] or 4 [[bushel|bushels]]s. Also [[comb]].
#* {{quote-book|year=1866|passage=It was equal to half a quarter, i.e. is identical with the '''coomb''' of the eastern counties.|author=James Edwin Thorold Rogers|title=A History of Agriculture and Prices in England|volume=1|page=168}}
#* {{quote-book|year=1790|passage=Two kilderkins, or strikes, make a measure called a barrel, liquid, and a '''coomb''', dry; this last term being ancient and little used.|author=Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Secretary of State|title=Plan for establishing uniformity in the Coinage, Weights, and Measures of the United States," report communicated to the House of Representatives|date=July 13}}
:[1] Toujours les mêmes exemples: ''[[crag]]'', « [[rocher]] escarpé », ''[[tor]]'', « éminence », ''[[combe]]'' ou [[coomb]] « combe, vallé, vallon », ou encore le nom de ''[[Puck]]'', le lutin [[espiègle]] du ''Songe d'une nuit d'été''.<ref>{{L'aventure}} 432.</ref>
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