comber

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English comber, camber, equivalent to comb +‎ -er.

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comber (plural combers)

  1. A person who combs wool, etc.
  2. A machine that combs wool, etc.
  3. A long, curving wave breaking on the shore.
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Etymology 2[edit]

A comber
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comber (plural combers)

  1. Serranus cabrilla, the gaper, a fish found in European waters.
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