callant

[ kah-luhnt ]
/ ˈkɑ lənt /

noun Chiefly Scot.

a lad; boy.

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Also cal·lan [kah-luhn]. /ˈkɑ lən/.

Origin of callant

1710–20; <Dutch kalant fellow, chap, customer <Old North French caland customer
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British Dictionary definitions for callant

callant

callan (ˈkælən)

/ (ˈkælənt) /

noun

Scot a youth; lad

Word Origin for callant

C16: from Dutch or Flemish kalant customer, fellow
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