Kulm

The name Kulm (or Culm) is a German language toponym which is derived from the Latin culmen, meaning hill. It may be used as follows: ==Places== ...
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Kulm

(from the article `Schwyz`) ...and Lucerne, a small area of Lake Zug, and the whole of Lakes Lauerz and Sihl. Its highest point is the Ortstock (8,911 feet [2,716 m]), and two ...
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Kulm

Kulm: see Chełmno, Poland.
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