Definition of caliciform
: shaped like a calyx or bell; specifically : of or relating to a type of pottery of the late neolithic and early bronze age found in France, Spain, England, and central Europe
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Origin and Etymology of caliciform
International Scientific Vocabulary calic- (from Latin calic-, calix cup) + -iform — more at chalice
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