Cork Slang, Like A Dictionary of Cork Slang
by Seán Beecher
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Construct: Noun
Definition: The calves of the legs.
Use: She has a fine pair of collops on her.
She has large rounded calves.
Derivation: Irish 'Colpoch' - having stout calves or legs. (Dineen)
Irish 'Colptha' - the calf of the leg. (Meyer)
Collop - a slice of meat (Scandinavian origin). (Concise Oxford Dictionary)

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