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calix

[ key-liks, kal-iks ]
/ ˈkeɪ lɪks, ˈkæl ɪks /
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noun, plural cal·i·ces [kal-i-seez]. /ˈkæl ɪˌsiz/.
cup.
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Origin of calix

From Latin; see origin at chalice
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British Dictionary definitions for calix

calix
/ (ˈkeɪlɪks, ˈkæ-) /

noun plural calices (ˈkælɪˌsiːz)
a cup; chalice

Word Origin for calix

C18: from Latin: chalice
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