calyculate

adjective ca·lyc·u·late \-ˌlāt, -lə̇t\
variants: less commonly

caliculate

\-ˌlāt, -lə̇t\

Definition of calyculate

  1. 1 :  having a calycle

  2. 2 :  having the surfaces pitted

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Origin and Etymology of calyculate

calyculate from Latin calyculus + English -ate; caliculate from French calicule + England -ate


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