Collop

Col'lop noun [ Of uncertain origin; confer Old French colp blow, stroke, piece, French coup , from Latin colophus buffet, cuff, Greek ...] [ Written also colp .] 1. A small slice of meat; a piece of flesh. « God knows thou art a collop of my flesh. ...
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Collop

• (n.) A part or piece of anything; a portion. • (n.) A small slice of meat; a piece of flesh.
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Collop

[unit] A collop (col├│g) is a measure of land sufficient to graze one cow. In Irish tradition, a collop is defined as the amount of land deemed capable of producing enough to support one family, or the number of cattle that the family could rear by pasture on it. It was the basis for the division of common land in the western parts of Irela...
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