Calid
Calid Cal"id, a. [L. calidus, fr. calere to be hot.] Hot; burning; ardent. [Obs.] --Bailey. [1913 Webster]

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  • Calid — [Also Kalid, possibly Galid. Haly or Hali is likely Haly Abenragel.] is a medieval Latin transcription of the Arabic name Khalid (or Khaled).Khalid ibn YazidIn alchemy, Calid often refers to a historical figure, Khalid ibn Yazid (died 704 CE). He …   Wikipedia

  • Calid — Calid, warm, heiß; Calididät, Wärme; Caliduct, Wärmeleiter, Heizröhre …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • calid — 1590s, from L. calidus warm, from PIE root *kele (1) warm (see CALORIE (Cf. calorie)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • càlid — cà|lid Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • Calid. — calidus( a um), warm …  

  • calid — (L). Warm, hot …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • calid — cal·id …   English syllables

  • calid — ˈkalə̇d adjective Etymology: Latin calidus more at caldron archaic : warm, hot, burning …   Useful english dictionary

  • Aq. calid. — aqua calida, hot water …  

  • in calid. — in calidariis в оранжереях, в теплицах …   Latin abbreviations in biology

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