[ kel-uh-bee ]
/ ˈkɛl ə bi /
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noun Greek and Roman Antiquity.
a mixing bowl, characterized by a wide neck and flanged lip from which extend two vertical handles to the shoulder of an oval body, used to mix wine and water.
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Also called column krater.
Origin of kelebe
First recorded in 1855–60, kelebe is from the Greek word kelébē
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