calathiform

[ kal-uh-thuh-fawrm, kuh-lath-uh- ]
/ ˈkæl ə θəˌfɔrm, kəˈlæθ ə- /

adjective

cup-shaped; concave.

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Origin of calathiform

1875–80; calathi- (combining form of calathus) + -form
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