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- n. Alternative form of collop.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See collop.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See coup.
- n. A bit of anything.
- n. A light dart or javelin used by the Celts.
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May he colp, may he colp her, may he mixandmass colp her!
Aurba tire dona, idu na caithe. dartaig atri cualli, cona nindteach* dart in cuic, colp ana uiii cuic, s. ana do X 7 aithf la each na 7 beith fo dnaid na bernadh co ceand mbL TRANSLATION.
Some, w, e know, have imagined this of the colp - nifts -, and others, perhaps may have as induftrioufly propagated it to raife againft them groundlefs and unreafonable jealoufies.
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