verb (used with object), col·lied, col·ly·ing.
Origin of colly
Examples from the Web for colly
Next thing, you fellows will be calling me old Colly Ridgeon.
I'll take your old clothes, Colly, sooner than disgrace you by talking to you in the street in my own; but I wont borrow money.
His cattle were ranging over the hillsides, attended by a colly.
I've larnt that the nager's anger with Colly is all a pretince, an' that she's an old she schemer.The Boy Slaves|Mayne Reid
The kitchen was empty, and silent too, except for the tick of the clock and the colly's labored breathing.A Son of Hagar|Sir Hall Caine