Obs. a low, contemptible fellow
Origin of cullionMiddle English coillon, wretch, literally , testicle ; from Old French coillon ; from Vulgar Latin an unverified form coleone, eunuch ; from an unverified form colea, scrotum ; from Classical Latin coleus ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps colum, a strainer
A contemptible fellow; a rascal.
Origin of cullionMiddle English coilon, testicle, from Old French coillon, from Latin culleus, bag.
- A vile person.