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calculous

[ kal-kyuh-luhs ]
/ ˈkæl kyə ləs /
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adjective Pathology.
characterized by the presence of calculus, or stone.
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Origin of calculous

1400–50; late Middle English calculose, full of stones <Latin calculōsus, equivalent to calcul(us) small stone (see calculus) + -ōsus-ous
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British Dictionary definitions for calculous

calculous
/ (ˈkælkjʊləs) /

adjective
pathol of or suffering from a calculus
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