collum col·lum (kŏl'əm)
n. pl. col·la (kŏl'ə)
The part of the body between the shoulders or thorax and the head; neck.
The constricted or necklike portion of an anatomical structure. Also called cervix.
I won't sit by and hear poor dear Miss collum deceived in this way.
Mrs. collum groaned, and looked at her daughter reproachfully.
Mrs. collum fixed her eyes on Leander, as he sat cowering on her right.
I really was a little surprised when I found you were his Miss collum.
Isn't that a pretty speech for a young man like him—only twenty-seven—Mrs. collum?
Matilda, Mrs. collum, aunt, I declare to you I told the—the other young woman everything about my having formed new ties and that.
Mrs. collum seemed inclined to follow suit, but she restrained herself.
This furnishes a collum and a half in the nusepaper, under the hed ov "Disturbanse ov the marrid relation."
collum and pa-heaceful be my sa-leepRo-hocked in the cra-hadle of the da-heep!