calli-

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callo-

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calo-

Definition of calli-

  1. :  beautiful calligraph Callorynchus Calimeris :  white calomel :  beauty Calliphora

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Origin and Etymology of calli-

calli- from Latin, from Greek kalli-, from kallos beauty; akin to Greek kalos beautiful, Sanskrit kalya healthy; calo- from Medieval Latin, from Greek kalo-, from kalos; callo- & cali- from blending of other forms


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