[ kuhl-yuh n ]
/ ˈkʌl yən /
a base or vile fellow.
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rascal, liar, poltroon, beggar, miscreant, dog, villain, pariah, vagabond, pauper, libertine, varlet, ingrate, brute, scoundrel, reprobate, rake, outcast, rogue, snake
- cullen's sign,
- cullen, countee,
- culloden moor,
Origin of cullion
1350–1400; Middle English culyon, coil(i)on < Anglo-French, Middle French coillon worthless fellow, literally, testicle < Vulgar Latin *cōleōnem, accusative of *cōleō, for Latin cōleī (plural) testicles, scrotum
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