[kohl-tish] /ˈkoʊl tɪʃ/
of, relating to, or resembling a colt.
not trained or disciplined; unruly; wild.
playful and lively
late 14c., “wild, frisky,” also in early use “lustful, lewd,” from colt + -ish. Lit. sense of “pertaining to a colt” is recorded from 1540s.
[kohl-tn] /ˈkoʊl tn/ noun 1. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles.
[kohl-treyn] /ˈkoʊl treɪn/ noun 1. John (William) 1926–67, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer. /kɒlˈtreɪn/ noun 1. John (William). 1926–67, US jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist and composer
[kohlt] /koʊlt/ noun 1. a young male animal of the horse family. 2. a male horse of not more than four years of age. 3. a young or inexperienced person. /kəʊlt/ noun 1. a male horse or pony under the age of four 2. an awkward or inexperienced young person 3. (sport) /kəʊlt/ noun 1. […]
[kohlts-foo t] /ˈkoʊltsˌfʊt/ noun, plural coltsfoots. 1. a composite plant, Tussilago farfara, having yellow, daisylike flowers, native to the Old World but widespread as a weed, formerly used as a cough remedy. /ˈkəʊltsˌfʊt/ noun (pl) -foots 1. a European plant, Tussilago farfara, with yellow daisy-like flowers and heart-shaped leaves: a common weed: family Asteraceae (composites)