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How To Spell colly?

Correct spelling: colly

What are the common typos for colly?

  • folly,
  • collky,
  • ciolly,
  • cvolly,
  • collgy,
  • collh,
  • oclly,
  • kolly,
  • co lly,
  • cplly,
  • c9olly,
  • ccolly,
  • colluy,
  • vcolly,
  • collyt,
  • colpy,
  • xolly,
  • golly,
  • cklly,
  • collq,
  • cglly,
  • coll7y,
  • coilly,
  • cxolly,
  • coll6y,
  • c9lly,
  • colkly,
  • colmy,
  • cmlly,
  • cololy,
  • c olly,
  • collx,
  • cpolly,
  • collpy,
  • colky,
  • col ly,
  • collg,
  • colhy,
  • co9lly,
  • colyl,
  • dolly,
  • collyu,
  • coll6,
  • cdolly,
  • collyg,
  • coplly,
  • collyy,
  • coolly,
  • cllly,
  • ckolly,
  • coklly,
  • collu,
  • coll y,
  • colly7,
  • c0olly,
  • cfolly,
  • co0lly,
  • collyh,
  • cnlly,
  • collty,
  • colply,
  • xcolly,
  • colly6,
  • cokly,
  • dcolly,
  • c0lly,
  • collhy,
  • coll9,
  • fcolly,
  • cohly,
  • colloy,
  • coll7.

What is the definition of colly?

  1. The smut of coal.

 \c(ol)-ly\

girl, wench; dove
Latin
Colly as a girl's name is a variant of Colleen (Gaelic) and Columba (Latin), and the meaning of Colly is "girl, wench; dove".

Google Ngram Viewer results for colly:

This graph shows how "colly" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

What are the usage examples for colly?

  1. My last 'usband's left me since yer was 'ere- indeed 'e 'av- all along of a fight 'e 'ad with old Colly Moles down Three Barrer walk- penal servitude, poor feller and all along of 'is nasty temper as I was always tellin' 'im. – Fortitude by Hugh Walpole
  2. Are you hurt, Colly – A Fool and His Money by George Barr McCutcheon

What are the rhymes for colly?

  1. jolly, cali, collie, gali, rawly, colley, molly, lolly, dolly, mali, golly, holly, ali, molley, trolley, holley, volley, bali, olley, dolley, sollie, dollie, mollie, folly, brolly, hollie, kahley, ollie, polly, dali, polley, rolley, smalley;
  2. kigali, natale, somali, vitaly, bengali, natali, vitali, bialy;
  3. mexicali;
  4. internationale;
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