noun Chiefly Scot.
Origin of callant
Examples from the Web for callan
Just last week, Credit Suisse announced that Callan was taking a leave of absence.
After she left Lehman, Callan went to work at Credit Suisse to develop a business that, ironically, deals with hedge funds.
Keep in mind, Callan left the firm this summer, months before its liquidation, but her departure was controversial.
Cullen is spelled Callan, and is described as Bothwells chalmer-chiel.The Mystery of Mary Stuart|Andrew Lang
Callan sprang a foot or two in the air, and fell back shot through the heart.
Neither Mrs. Callan nor the buckboard was available, but they were welcome to the horse.Rolf In The Woods|Ernest Thompson Seton
He and his friend Mr. Cooper, the parson of Callan, were robbed of all their horses, and thus deprived of the means of escape.Ireland under the Tudors, Volume I (of II)|Richard Bagwell
In due time Mr Callan came down in his night-cap, lantern in hand.