calathus

[kal-uh-thuh s]

noun, plural cal·a·thi [kal-uh-thahy] /ˈkæl əˌθaɪ/.


Origin of calathus

< Latin < Greek kálathos
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British Dictionary definitions for calathus

calathus

noun plural -thi (-ˌθaɪ)

a vase-shaped basket represented in ancient Greek art, used as a symbol of fruitfulness

Word Origin for calathus

C18: from Latin, from Greek kalathos
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