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Caloʹyers

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Monks in the Greek Church, who follow the rule of St. Basil. They are divided into cenʹobites, who recite the offices from midnight to sunrise; anʹehorites, who live in hermitages; and recluses, who shut themselves up in caverns and live on alms. (Greek, καλòζ and γερων, beautiful old man.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Callabre or Calaber
Caller Herrings
Calligraphy (The art of)
Callimachos
Calling
Calliope [Kal-lĭ-o-pe, 4 syl., Greek, καλoζ, pψ, beautiful voice]
Callipolis
Callippic Period
Callirrhoe
Calomel
Caloyers
Calpe
Calumet [the peace - pipe]
Calvary [bare skull], Golgotha [skull]
Calvary Clover
Calvary Cross (A)
Calvert’s Entire
Calves
Calves gone to Grass (His)
Calves Head
Calves Head Club