Chalice

  • 1 Chalice — • Occupies the first place among sacred vessels, and by a figure of speech the material cup is often used as if it were synonymous with the Precious Blood itself Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Chalice     Chalice …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 2 chalice — (n.) early 14c., from Anglo Fr. chalice, from O.Fr. chalice, collateral form of calice (Mod.Fr. calice), from L. calicem (nom. calix) cup, cognate with Gk. kylix cup, drinking cup, from PIE root *kal cup. Ousted Old English cognate cælic, an… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 3 Chalice — Chal ice, n. [OR. chalis, calice, OF. chalice, calice, F. calice, fr. L. calix, akin to Gr. ? and E. helmet. Cf. {Calice}, {Calyx}.] A cup or bowl; especially, the cup used in the sacrament of the Lord s Supper. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 chalice — ► NOUN 1) historical a goblet. 2) the wine cup used in the Christian Eucharist. ORIGIN Latin calix cup …

    English terms dictionary

  • 5 chalice — [chal′is] n. [ME & OFr < L calix, cup: see CALIX] 1. a cup; goblet 2. the cup for the wine of Holy Communion 3. a cup shaped flower …

    English World dictionary

  • 6 Chalice — For other uses, see Chalice (disambiguation) Derrynaflan Chalice, an 8th or 9th Century chalice, found in County Tipperary, Ireland A chalice (from Latin calix, cup, borrowed from Greek kalyx, shell, husk) is a goblet or footed cup intended to… …

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  • 7 Chalice — Die Chalice, auch bekannt als Wisdom Chalice oder Chillum Chalice, ist eine Pfeife, die meist von Mitgliedern der Rastafari Bewegung zum Rauchen von Marihuana verwendet wird. Es handelt sich um eine Form der Wasserpfeife, in der Regel bestehend… …

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  • 8 chalice — [[t]tʃæ̱lɪs[/t]] chalices 1) N COUNT A chalice is a large gold or silver cup with a stem. Chalices are used to hold wine in the Christian service of Holy Communion. 2) PHRASE: usu v link PHR, PHR after v If you refer to a job or an opportunity as …

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  • 9 Chalice — La Chalice, también conocida como Wisdom Chalice o Chillum Chalice, es un tipo de pipa utilizada frecuentemente en el movimiento rastafari. Es una especie de pipa de agua a la que se le agrega un tubo para inhalar el humo. El agua enfría y filtra …

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  • 10 chalice — chaliced /chal ist/, adj. /chal is/, n. 1. Eccles. a. a cup for the wine of the Eucharist or Mass. b. the wine contained in it. 2. a drinking cup or goblet. 3. a cuplike blossom. [bef. 900; ME < MF < L calici (s. of calix) cup; r. ME caliz …

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  • 11 chalice — UK [ˈtʃælɪs] / US noun [countable] Word forms chalice : singular chalice plural chalices a large cup for wine, especially one used during the Christian ceremony of holy communion • See: poisoned chalice …

    English dictionary

  • 12 Chalice — A golden or a silver vessel where it is put the holy wine and some water. In the Eucharist this is transferred to the Lord Jesus Christ s Blood. 13 The chalice is put in a wooden box called the Ark, or the Throne. The earliest Christian chalices… …

    Dictionary of church terms

  • 13 Chalice — This unusual surname is of Norman origin, and is a locational name from Eschalles, a place in Pas de Calais, which gets its name from the plural form of the Old French eschelle , ladder, ultimately from the Latin scala . The name was introduced… …

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  • 14 chalice — [13] Latin calix ‘cup’ and its relative, Greek kálux ‘pod’, perhaps hold the record for the words most often borrowed into English. Calix first made its appearance as part of the original West Germanic stratum of English, into which it had been… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 15 chalice — noun (C) a gold or silver decorated cup used for example to hold wine in Christian religious services see also: poisoned chalice poison 2 (7) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 chalice — [13] Latin calix ‘cup’ and its relative, Greek kálux ‘pod’, perhaps hold the record for the words most often borrowed into English. Calix first made its appearance as part of the original West Germanic stratum of English, into which it had been… …

    Word origins

  • 17 chalice — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin calic , calix; akin to Greek kalyx calyx Date: 14th century 1. a drinking cup ; goblet; especially the eucharistic cup 2. the cup shaped interior of a flower …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 18 chalice — noun /ˈtʃæl.ɪs/ A large drinking cup, often having a stem and base and used especially for formal occasions and religious ceremonies. This euen handed Iuſtice Syn: goblet …

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  • 19 Chalice —    The cup, made of precious metal, in which the wine is consecrated at the Holy Communion and from which it is received by the communicants. Derived from the Latin word calix, genitive, calicis, meaning, a cup.    See Vessels, Sacred …

    American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • 20 chalice — I Jamaican Slang Glossary The Rasta water bong/pipe that is made from a hollowed coconut. II Rasta Dictionary a pipe for smoking herb, usually made from coconut shell and tubing, used ritually by Rastas …

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