Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cut off; clip, as the hair of the head; poll.
- To cut; cut short; lop; prune.
- To cut obliquely.
- To embrace; caress by embracing the neck.
- To insnare.
- n. An act of embracing; an embrace, especially about the neck.
- A dialectal variant of cold.
- See col-.
- n. An abbreviation of college
- n. of collegiate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To embrace.
- From French coler, acoler ‘accoll, throw arms round neck of’, ultimately Latin ad + collum ‘neck’. (Wiktionary)
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