- (chiefly of members of certain religious orders) wearing shoes; shod.
Origin of calced
1880–85; < Latin calc(eus) shoe + -ed3
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Examples from the Web for calced
Another, called Guadalupe, is in charge of calced Augustinians.
Another, called Pasic, is in charge of calced Augustinian religious.
About it are some natives who are in charge of calced and discalced Augustinian religious.
That village is densely populated with natives and Chinese mestizos who are in charge of calced religious of St. Augustine.
It has an alcalde-mayor; most of its villages are in charge of seculars, and the others, of calced religious of St. Augustine.