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Col.

abbr.
1. also Col or COL colonel
2. Colorado
3. Bible Colossians

col.

abbr.
1. collect
2. college
3. colony
4. column

col.

abbreviation for
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) column

Col.

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) Colombia(n)
2. (Military) Colonel
3. (Bible) Bible Colossians
Translations

col.

ABBR
1. =columncol, col.a
2. =colour

Col.

abbr (=colonel) → Col
(US) (=Colorado)
References in classic literature ?
On the twenty-fifth of this month a reinforcement of forty-five men arrived from North-Carolina, and about the twentieth of August following, Col.
On the twenty-second day of June, 1780, a large party of Indians and Canadians, about six hundred in number, commanded by Col.
To conclude, I can now say that I have verified the saying of an old Indian who signed Col.
One night in June, 1859, two citizens of Frankfort, Col.
The last inhabitant of these woods before me was an Irishman, Hugh Quoil (if I have spelt his name with coil enough), who occupied Wyman's tenement -- Col.