As a noun combi
is (attributively) combination.
As a verb combe is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
- My old combi boiler broke down.
A valley or hollow, often wooded and with no river.
* 1914 , (Saki), ‘The Cobweb’, Beasts and Superbeasts :
- its long, latticed window [...] looked out on a wild spreading view of hill and heather and wooded combe .
- A gradual rise the shelving combe displayed.
* Used, especially in South West England, in many placenames