Collop

  • 1 Collop — Col lop, n. [Of uncertain origin; cf. OF. colp blow, stroke, piece, F. coup, fr. L. colophus buffet, cuff, Gr. ?] [Written also {colp}.] 1. A small slice of meat; a piece of flesh. [1913 Webster] God knows thou art a collop of my flesh. Shak.… …

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  • 2 collop — index part (portion) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 collop — [käl′əp] n. [ME colhoppe, a dish of fried or roasted meat, a morsel < Scand, as in Swed kollops, OSwed kolhuppadher, cooked on coal < kol,COAL + ? huppa, to leap] 1. a portion or piece; esp., a small slice of meat 2. Archaic a fold of fatty …

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  • 4 Collop — Recorded in many spelling forms including Collip, Collop, Collup, Cullip, Cullop and Cullup, occasionally de Cullip, and with the probably extinct diminutive form of Cullopin, this is English, but as Collopy or occasionally O Collopy, it is Irish …

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  • 5 collop —    This is a puzzling word which by the sixteenth century had come to mean a slice of meat, especially bacon. It has that sense in Collop Monday, which precedes Shrove Tuesday. Sixteenth and seventeenth century writers also referred to parents… …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 6 collop — /kol euhp/, n. 1. a small slice of meat, esp. a small rasher of bacon. 2. a small slice, portion, or piece of anything. 3. a fold or roll of flesh on the body. [1350 1400; ME collop(pe), colhoppe, perh. < Scand; cf. OSw kolhuppadher roasted on… …

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  • 7 collop — noun Etymology: Middle English Date: 14th century 1. a small piece or slice especially of meat 2. a fold of fat flesh …

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  • 8 collop — noun a) A slice of meat. b) A roll or fold of flesh on the body …

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  • 9 collop — Synonyms and related words: bit, butt, chip, chunk, clip, clipping, coat, coating, covering, crumb, cut, cutting, deal, disk, dollop, end, feuille, film, flap, foil, fold, fragment, gob, gobbet, hunk, lamella, lamina, laminated glass, laminated… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 10 collop — Mawdesley Glossary a slice of ham or bacon …

    English dialects glossary

  • 11 collop — col·lop || kÉ’lÉ™p n. thin slice of something (esp. meat and bacon); roll of flesh, roll of body fat …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 12 collop — [ kɒləp] noun dialect & N. Amer. a slice of meat. Origin ME: of Scand. origin …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 13 collop — n. Slice (of meat), rasher …

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  • 14 collop — col·lop …

    English syllables

  • 15 collop — col•lop [[t]ˈkɒl əp[/t]] n. 1) a small slice or piece, esp. of meat 2) a fold of flesh • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME …

    From formal English to slang

  • 16 collop —    see colpa …

    Dictionary of units of measurement

  • 17 collop — n. a slice, esp. of meat or bacon; an escalope. Etymology: ME, = fried bacon and eggs, of Scand. orig …

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  • 18 Collop Monday — The day before Shrove Tuesday, when collops and eggs were eaten • • • Main Entry: ↑collop …

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  • 19 Collop Monday — noun The day before Shrove Tuesday …

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  • 20 colp — Collop Col lop, n. [Of uncertain origin; cf. OF. colp blow, stroke, piece, F. coup, fr. L. colophus buffet, cuff, Gr. ?] [Written also {colp}.] 1. A small slice of meat; a piece of flesh. [1913 Webster] God knows thou art a collop of my flesh.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English