A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Coldoch, n. Also: coldocht, coldo. [Perh. reduced from Colpindach: cf. prec. See also Coddoch and Cowdach.] A young cow or ox. Ane quy coldo the quhilk was fund in his hous; 1533 Carnwath Baron Ct. 16 b.
Ane stott … tua coldochis; 1575 Edinb. Test. III. 329 b.
I leve to James Watsoun … ane quoy coldocht; 1577 Ib. V. 228.
Ane quoy coldoch, … ane ox coldoch callit ane ȝeir auld stot; 1577 Ib. VI. 61.
Ane quoy of tua ȝeir auld, … ane bull coldoch; Ib.

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