A medieval English short form of the male given nameNicholas; very rare today. (proper noun) नर का एक मध्ययुगीन अंग्रेजी संक्षिप्त रूप जिसे निकोलस नाम दिया गया है; आज बहुत दुर्लभ।
Examples of word Coll
The other film, Sévigné by Marta Balletbò-Coll, is about a famous theater director who falls in a love with a playwright.
Going to the Coll was the most exciting thing that had yet happened in my outer life.
Fagging with us was as impersonal as the labourmarket in Victorian England; in that way, too, the Coll was a preparation for public life.
When the order of the Jesuits was suppressed by the pope in 1773, she founded fifteen new lay colleges, known as Collèges Thérésiens, and took a personal interest in the framing of the programme of studies and in the least detail of organization.
In 1792 the two Irish colleges in Paris, namely the Collège des
The Jesuits opened at Dole, in the sixteenth century, a celebrated establishment known as the Collège de l'Arc, the most important in France after the Collège de la Flèche.
If the wines have been scaled back for affordability, there seem to be no quality compromises coming from Coll, which is impressive at these prices.
Keppoch, familiarly known as Coll of the Cows, for his skill in tracking his neighbour's cattle over the wildest mountains to the most secret coverts. [
XXXIII, c. xxvii; cf. also Cassian, "Coll,", IX, XV) there may be observed traces of the threefold degree which was afterwards systematically developed by Dionysius the Areopagite.
In their bios, he's known as "Billy O" and Shipman's nickname is "Coll."