calycine

[ kal-uh-sin, -sahyn ]
/ ˈkæl ə sɪn, -ˌsaɪn /

adjective

pertaining to or resembling a calyx.

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Origin of calycine

1810–20; <Latin calyc- (stem of calyxcalyx) + -ine1
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British Dictionary definitions for calycine

calycine

calycinal (kəˈlɪsɪnəl)

/ (ˈkælɪˌsaɪn) /

adjective

relating to, belonging to, or resembling a calyx
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