Etymology
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coltish (adj.)

late 14c., "wild, frisky," also in early use "lustful, lewd," from colt + -ish. Literal sense of "pertaining to a colt" is recorded from 1540s. Related: Coltishly.

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Definitions of coltish

coltish (adj.)
given to merry frolicking;
Synonyms: frolicsome / frolicky / rollicking / sportive
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