calycular

adjective
ca·​lyc·​u·​lar
variants: or less commonly calicular \kəˈlikyələ(r) \

Definition of calycular 

: of the nature of or relating to a calycle or calyculus

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History and Etymology for calycular

calycular from Latin calyculus small flower bud + English -ar; calicular from French calicule calycle + England -ar

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