- colt distemper,
- colt, samuel,
Origin of colt
Examples from the Web for colt
Political ads demonizing some politicians and praising others play on as an older man sips his Colt 45.
Colt, Remington, and Gauge have all soared, and Gunner is much more common than the traditional name Gunnar.
He gives Carl back his gun and holsters his own famous Colt Python back around his waist.The Walking Dead ‘Infected’ Recap: There Will Be Exploding Faces|Melissa Leon|October 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If the mass shooting begins, we Russians will also have to grab a Colt, and aim at the enemy, unfortunately.
He was even said to have tossed coins in the air and shot them with the Colt .45 and the .357 Magnum he was said always to carry.Hit-and-Run Driver Julio Acevedo Talks, Suggests 50 Cent Connection|Michael Daly|March 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It took Lady Clare several months to accustom Shag (for that was the colt's name) to her ways.Boyhood in Norway|Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
It often frightens the colt when he feels the girth binding him, and making the saddle fit tight on his back.
All I know is that holster and belt came tumbling down as I sprang and caught at the Colt handle.The Prairie Child|Arthur Stringer
He heerd the colt whinner, and Josiah stood up in the wagon, and looked after it.
"There's Sickles's colt over in the medder, Jimmie," said the old man.The Little Regiment|Stephen Crane
- a young and inexperienced player
- a member of a junior team
Word Origin for colt
Word Origin for Colt
Old English colt "colt," originally "young ass," in Biblical translations also used for "young camel," perhaps from Proto-Germanic *kultaz (cf. Swedish dialectal kult "young boar, piglet; boy," Danish kuld "offspring, brood") and akin to child. Applied to persons from early 13c.
COLT'S TOOTH An old fellow who marries, or keeps a young girl, is ſaid to have a colt's tooth in his head. ["Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue," 1796]
type of revolver, 1838, originally the manufacture of U.S. gunsmith Samuel Colt (1814-1862).