Colon, vel Colum. Celf. A great gut rising from the left side to the right: in which is the disease called the coirke.Cob vicium efficacissimè sanarur aue galerita assa in cibo sumpta. Plin. Colon Cic.The member of a sentence.Cólicus. pen. cor. Aditct. vt Colicus dolor. The colike.Colicus. Plin. Dne troubled with the colike.Colicum medicamentum. Cels. A medicine for the colike.
Cœlum, tertámque contestans. Cic. Contestari. To beare witnesse against. Lactan. Sacris literis contestantibus. &c. Contestari litem.Cicer.To make protestation of the sute before the iudge: which was done by shewing the declaratiõ and demaunde for the plaintyfe, and the aunswere to the declaration for the defendants part.Lis contestata in aliquem. Paulus. An action so farre entred agaynst one, that the plaintife hath put in his declaration and the defendant his aunswere.
Colus, li, m. g. A kinde of torture.
Lewis and Short: Latin dictionary
cōlon or cōlum, i, n. (cōlus, i, m., Ser. Samm. 31, 1), = kw=lon (a member). I.The colon or great gut (the largest of the intestines), Plin. 11, 37, 79, 202.—Esp., as the part affected by the colic: coli tormentum, Plin. 22, 22, 37, 79: coli dolor, Scrib. Comp. 122.—Hence, B.A disease of the colon, the colic, Plin. 20, 15, 57, 162; 31, 9, 45, 102; Scrib. Comp. l. l.; Ser. Samm. l. l.—II.Transf., a member of a verse (pure Lat. membrum), Quint. 9, 4, 78; of a poem, Aug. ap. Don. Vit. Verg. c. 12.