noun Ca·lim·er·is \kəˈlimərə̇s\

Definition of Calimeris

  1. :  a small genus of Asian herbs (family Compositae) resembling the genus Aster but differing in having the bracts of the involucre scarious-margined

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Origin and Etymology of calimeris

New Latin, from cali- + Greek meris part; akin to Latin merēre to deserve — more at merit

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