calix

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noun ca·lix \ˈkā-liks, ˈka-\

Definition of calix

plural

calices

play \ˈkā-lə-ˌsēz, ˈka-\
  1. :  cup

Origin and Etymology of calix

Latin calic-, calix — more at chalice


First Known Use: 1698


Medical Dictionary

calix

ca·lix

Medical Definition of calix

variant of calyx

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