Colin

• (n.) The American quail or bobwhite. The name is also applied to other related species. See Bobwhite.
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Colin

[given name] Colin is a male given name. Colin is usually pronounced n {Respell|KO|lin}, although some use n {Respell|KOH|lin}. Like many given names, it has multiple origins, including: In the UK and Ireland, the name tends to be spelt with one `L`, Colin; whereas in the USA, it is sometimes spelled with two, Collin. It was never a common ...
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Colin

[horse] Colin (1905-1932) was one of America`s greatest Thoroughbred racehorses. He retired undefeated after 15 starts and as a sire appears in the pedigree of the champion racehorse Alsab. ==Pedigree== Colin was a brown colt with three white socks and a stripe and snip on his face. He was foaled in 1905 at Castleton Stud in Kentucky and wa...
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Colin

Col'in noun [ French colin ; prop. a dim. of Colas , contr. from Nicolas Nicholas.] (Zoology) The American quail or bobwhite. The name is also applied to other related species. See Bobwhite .
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colin

climate zone 150-450 m, oak limit (Quercus spp.); European Beech (Fagus sylvatica), Sessile oak (Quercus petraea), Pedunculate oak or English oak (Quercus robur)
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Colin

Colin is a Scottish name for boys. The meaning is `dove` The name Colin is most commonly given to American boys. It is short for: Nicholas What do they use in other countries? Colombe The name sounds like: Colwin, Calan, Cailin, Collen, Colwyn, Cullin, Galin, Glin, Kalin See also: Collin, Nils, Nicolao, Nicol? Mikol? Nikola, Neacel, Nicol, Nikolai,...
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Colin

Colin was King of Scotland from 967 to 971.
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colin

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Colin

Renfrew, Colin 'The Origins of Indo-European Languages', Scientific American; October, 1989; pages 106-114.
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