calix

noun
ca·lix | \ˈkā-liks, ˈka- \
plural calices\ˈkā-lə-ˌsēz, ˈka- \

Definition of calix 

: cup

First Known Use of calix

1698, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for calix

Latin calic-, calix — more at chalice

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The first known use of calix was in 1698

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Medical Definition of calix 

variant of

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