Name Report For First Name CALLUM:

CALLUM

First name CALLUM's origin is Scottish. CALLUM means "bald dove". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with CALLUM below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of callum.(Brown names are of the same origin (Scottish) with CALLUM and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with CALLUM - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming CALLUM

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES CALLUM AS A WHOLE:

maccallum

NAMES RHYMING WITH CALLUM (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 5 Letters (allum) - Names That Ends with allum:

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (llum) - Names That Ends with llum:

caellum

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (lum) - Names That Ends with lum:

calum colum culum healum

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (um) - Names That Ends with um:

kulthum geranium odahingum anum atum khnum nefertum tum ur-atum lilium calibum mekledoodum waeringawicum wiccum nahum machum barnum tatum galvarium

NAMES RHYMING WITH CALLUM (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 5 Letters (callu) - Names That Begins with callu:

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (call) - Names That Begins with call:

callaghan callahan calldwr callee calleigh calleigha callel calles calli callia calliah callie calliegha calligenia calliope callista calliste callisto callough cally callyr

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (cal) - Names That Begins with cal:

cal cala caladh calais calan calandra calandre calandria calantha calanthe calbert calbex calbhach calchas calder caldre caldwell caldwiella cale caleb caleigh caley calfhie calfhierde calhoun cali caliana calibom calibome calibor caliborne calibumus caliburn calico calida calidan calin calinda calissa calista calix calogrenant calvagh calvert calvex calvina calvino caly calynda calypso calysta

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (ca) - Names That Begins with ca:

cabal cabe cable cacamwri cacanisius cace cacey cachamwri caci cacia cadabyr cadan cadassi cadby cadda caddaham caddari caddaric caddarik caddawyc cade cadee cadell caden cadena cadence cadencia cadenza

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CALLUM:

First Names which starts with 'ca' and ends with 'um':

First Names which starts with 'c' and ends with 'm':

cailym cam carm chaim chatham chayim chilam chiram chisholm chrysostom cim colleem colm crom cruim cunningham cym

English Words Rhyming CALLUM

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES CALLUM AS A WHOLE:



ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CALLUM (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 5 Letters (allum) - English Words That Ends with allum:


corallumnoun (n.) The coral or skeleton of a zoophyte, whether calcareous of horny, simple or compound. See Coral.

intervallumnoun (n.) An interval.

vallumnoun (n.) A rampart; a wall, as in a fortification.


Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (llum) - English Words That Ends with llum:


aspergillumnoun (n.) The brush used in the Roman Catholic church for sprinkling holy water on the people.
 noun (n.) See Wateringpot shell.

carpellumnoun (n.) A simple pistil or single-celled ovary or seed vessel, or one of the parts of a compound pistil, ovary, or seed vessel. See Illust of Carpaphore.

cerebellumnoun (n.) The large lobe of the hind brain in front of and above the medulla; the little brain. It controls combined muscular action. See Brain.

collumnoun (n.) A neck or cervix.
 noun (n.) Same as Collar.

cribellumnoun (n.) A peculiar perforated organ of certain spiders (Ciniflonidae), used for spinning a special kind of silk.

epiphyllumnoun (n.) A genus of cactaceous plants having flattened, jointed stems, and petals united in a tube. The flowers are very showy, and several species are in cultivation.

flabellumnoun (n.) A fan; especially, the fan carried before the pope on state occasions, made in ostrich and peacock feathers.

glabellumnoun (n.) The median, convex lobe of the head of a trilobite. See Trilobite.

haustellumnoun (n.) The sucking proboscis of various insects. See Lepidoptera, and Diptera.

involucellumnoun (n.) See Involucel.

labellumnoun (n.) The lower or apparently anterior petal of an orchidaceous flower, often of a very curious shape.
 noun (n.) A small appendage beneath the upper lip or labrum of certain insects.

mesophyllumnoun (n.) The parenchyma of a leaf between the skin of the two surfaces.

podophyllumnoun (n.) A genus of herbs of the Barberry family, having large palmately lobed peltate leaves and solitary flower. There are two species, the American Podohyllum peltatum, or May apple, the Himalayan P. Emodi.
 noun (n.) The rhizome and rootlet of the May apple (Podophyllum peltatum), -- used as a cathartic drug.

postscutellumnoun (n.) The hindermost dorsal piece of a thoracic somite of an insect; the plate behind the scutellum.

rostellumnoun (n.) A small beaklike process or extension of some part; a small rostrum; as, the rostellum of the stigma of violets, or of the operculum of many mosses; the rostellum on the head of a tapeworm.

sacellumnoun (n.) An unroofed space consecrated to a divinity.
 noun (n.) A small monumental chapel in a church.

scutellumnoun (n.) A rounded apothecium having an elevated rim formed of the proper thallus, the fructification of certain lichens.
 noun (n.) The third of the four pieces forming the upper part of a thoracic segment of an insect. It follows the scutum, and is followed by the small postscutellum; a scutella. See Thorax.
 noun (n.) One of the transverse scales on the tarsi and toes of birds; a scutella.

sigillumnoun (n.) A seal.

skellumnoun (n.) A scoundrel.

specollumnoun (n.) See Stylet, 2.

spirillumnoun (n.) A genus of common motile microorganisms (Spirobacteria) having the form of spiral-shaped filaments. One species is said to be the cause of relapsing fever.

vellumnoun (n.) A fine kind of parchment, usually made from calfskin, and rendered clear and white, -- used as for writing upon, and for binding books.

veretillumnoun (n.) Any one of numerous species of club-shaped, compound Alcyonaria belonging to Veretillum and allied genera, of the tribe Pennatulacea. The whole colony can move about as if it were a simple animal.

vexillumnoun (n.) A flag or standard.
 noun (n.) A company of troops serving under one standard.
 noun (n.) A banner.
 noun (n.) The sign of the cross.
 noun (n.) The upper petal of a papilionaceous flower; the standard.
 noun (n.) The rhachis and web of a feather taken together; the vane.


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (lum) - English Words That Ends with lum:


acetabulumnoun (n.) A vinegar cup; socket of the hip bone; a measure of about one eighth of a pint, etc.
 noun (n.) The bony cup which receives the head of the thigh bone.
 noun (n.) The cavity in which the leg of an insect is inserted at its articulation with the body.
 noun (n.) A sucker of the sepia or cuttlefish and related animals.
 noun (n.) The large posterior sucker of the leeches.
 noun (n.) One of the lobes of the placenta in ruminating animals.

acrodactylumnoun (n.) The upper surface of the toes, individually.

alumnoun (n.) A double sulphate formed of aluminium and some other element (esp. an alkali metal) or of aluminium. It has twenty-four molecules of water of crystallization.
 verb (v. t.) To steep in, or otherwise impregnate with, a solution of alum; to treat with alum.

animalculumnoun (n.) An animalcule.

asylumnoun (n.) A sanctuary or place of refuge and protection, where criminals and debtors found shelter, and from which they could not be forcibly taken without sacrilege.
 noun (n.) Any place of retreat and security.
 noun (n.) An institution for the protection or relief of some class of destitute, unfortunate, or afflicted persons; as, an asylum for the aged, for the blind, or for the insane; a lunatic asylum; an orphan asylum.

capitulumnoun (n.) A thick head of flowers on a very short axis, as a clover top, or a dandelion; a composite flower. A capitulum may be either globular or flat.
 noun (n.) A knoblike protuberance of any part, esp. at the end of a bone or cartilage. [See Illust. of Artiodactyla.]

chloralumnoun (n.) An impure aqueous solution of chloride of aluminium, used as an antiseptic and disinfectant.

cingulumnoun (n.) A distinct girdle or band of color; a raised spiral line as seen on certain univalve shells.
 noun (n.) The clitellus of earthworms.
 noun (n.) The base of the crown of a tooth.

coagulumadjective (a.) The thick, curdy precipitate formed by the coagulation of albuminous matter; any mass of coagulated matter, as a clot of blood.

coelumnoun (n.) See Body cavity, under Body.

corniculumnoun (n.) A small hornlike part or process.

crotalumnoun (n.) A kind of castanet used by the Corybantes.

curriculumnoun (n.) A race course; a place for running.
 noun (n.) A course; particularly, a specified fixed course of study, as in a university.

diachylumnoun (n.) A plaster originally composed of the juices of several plants (whence its name), but now made of an oxide of lead and oil, and consisting essentially of glycerin mixed with lead salts of the fat acids.

diverticulumnoun (n.) A blind tube branching out of a longer one.

doliolumnoun (n.) A genus of freeswimming oceanic tunicates, allied to Salpa, and having alternate generations.

excipulumnoun (n.) The outer part of the fructification of most lichens.

fraenulumnoun (n.) A fraenum.

furculumnoun (n.) The wishbone or merrythought of birds, formed by the united clavicles.

glumnoun (n.) Sullenness.
 adjective (a.) Moody; silent; sullen.
 verb (v. i.) To look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

hibernaculumnoun (n.) A winter bud, in which the rudimentary foliage or flower, as of most trees and shrubs in the temperate zone, is protected by closely overlapping scales.
 noun (n.) A little case in which certain insects pass the winter.
 noun (n.) Winter home or abiding place.

hilumnoun (n.) The eye of a bean or other seed; the mark or scar at the point of attachment of an ovule or seed to its base or support; -- called also hile.
 noun (n.) The part of a gland, or similar organ, where the blood vessels and nerves enter; the hilus; as, the hilum of the kidney.

hoodlumnoun (n.) A young rowdy; a rough, lawless fellow.

hordeolumnoun (n.) A small tumor upon the eyelid, resembling a grain of barley; a sty.

hypodactylumnoun (n.) The under side of the toes.

hypoptilumnoun (n.) An accessory plume arising from the posterior side of the stem of the contour feathers of many birds; -- called also aftershaft. See Illust. of Feather.

incunabulumnoun (n.) A work of art or of human industry, of an early epoch; especially, a book printed before a. d. 1500.

infundibulumnoun (n.) A funnel-shaped or dilated organ or part; as, the infundibulum of the brain, a hollow, conical process, connecting the floor of the third ventricle with the pituitary body; the infundibula of the lungs, the enlarged terminations of the bronchial tubes.
 noun (n.) A central cavity in the Ctenophora, into which the gastric sac leads.
 noun (n.) The siphon of Cephalopoda. See Cephalopoda.

interoperculumnoun (n.) The postero-inferior opercular bone, in fishes.

idolumnoun (n.) Alt. of Idolon

jugulumnoun (n.) The lower throat, or that part of the neck just above the breast.

latibulumnoun (n.) A concealed hiding place; a burrow; a lair; a hole.

lumnoun (n.) A chimney.
 noun (n.) A ventilating chimney over the shaft of a mine.
 noun (n.) A woody valley; also, a deep pool.

malumnoun (n.) An evil. See Mala.

operculumnoun (n.) The lid of a pitcherform leaf.
 noun (n.) The lid of the urnlike capsule of mosses.
 noun (n.) Any lidlike or operculiform process or part; as, the opercula of a dental follicle.
 noun (n.) The fold of integument, usually supported by bony plates, which protects the gills of most fishes and some amphibians; the gill cover; the gill lid.
 noun (n.) The principal opercular bone in the upper and posterior part of the gill cover.
 noun (n.) The lid closing the aperture of various species of shells, as the common whelk. See Illust. of Gastropoda.
 noun (n.) Any lid-shaped structure closing the aperture of a tube or shell.

opusculumnoun (n.) An opuscule.

osculumnoun (n.) Same as Oscule.

ossiculumnoun (n.) Same as Ossicle.

ovulumnoun (n.) An ovule.

pabulumnoun (n.) The means of nutriment to animals or plants; food; nourishment; hence, that which feeds or sustains, as fuel for a fire; that upon which the mind or soul is nourished; as, intellectual pabulum.

paradactylumnoun (n.) The side of a toe or finger.

paramylumnoun (n.) A substance resembling starch, found in the green frothy scum formed on the surface of stagnant water.

pendulumnoun (n.) A body so suspended from a fixed point as to swing freely to and fro by the alternate action of gravity and momentum. It is used to regulate the movements of clockwork and other machinery.

periculumnoun (n.) Danger; risk.
 noun (n.) In a narrower, judicial sense: Accident or casus, as distinguished from dolus and culpa, and hence relieving one from the duty of performing an obligation.

petalumnoun (n.) A petal.

phylumnoun (n.) One of the larger divisions of the animal kingdom; a branch; a grand division.
 noun (n.) A series of animals or plants genetically connected.

plumnoun (n.) The edible drupaceous fruit of the Prunus domestica, and of several other species of Prunus; also, the tree itself, usually called plum tree.
 noun (n.) A grape dried in the sun; a raisin.
 noun (n.) A handsome fortune or property; formerly, in cant language, the sum of 100,000 sterling; also, the person possessing it.
 noun (n.) Something likened to a plum in desirableness; a good or choice thing of its kind, as among appointments, positions, parts of a book, etc.

praeoperculumnoun (n.) Same as Preoperculum.

preoperculumnoun (n.) The anterior opercular bone in fishes.

propagulumnoun (n.) A runner terminated by a germinating bud.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CALLUM (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 5 Letters (callu) - Words That Begins with callu:


callusnoun (n.) Same as Callosity
 noun (n.) The material of repair in fractures of bone; a substance exuded at the site of fracture, which is at first soft or cartilaginous in consistence, but is ultimately converted into true bone and unites the fragments into a single piece.
 noun (n.) The new formation over the end of a cutting, before it puts out rootlets.


Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (call) - Words That Begins with call:


callingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Call
 noun (n.) The act of one who calls; a crying aloud, esp. in order to summon, or to attact the attention of, some one.
 noun (n.) A summoning or convocation, as of Parliament.
 noun (n.) A divine summons or invitation; also, the state of being divinely called.
 noun (n.) A naming, or inviting; a reading over or reciting in order, or a call of names with a view to obtaining an answer, as in legislative bodies.
 noun (n.) One's usual occupation, or employment; vocation; business; trade.
 noun (n.) The persons, collectively, engaged in any particular professions or employment.
 noun (n.) Title; appellation; name.

callnoun (n.) The act of calling; -- usually with the voice, but often otherwise, as by signs, the sound of some instrument, or by writing; a summons; an entreaty; an invitation; as, a call for help; the bugle's call.
 noun (n.) A signal, as on a drum, bugle, trumpet, or pipe, to summon soldiers or sailors to duty.
 noun (n.) An invitation to take charge of or serve a church as its pastor.
 noun (n.) A requirement or appeal arising from the circumstances of the case; a moral requirement or appeal.
 noun (n.) A divine vocation or summons.
 noun (n.) Vocation; employment.
 noun (n.) A short visit; as, to make a call on a neighbor; also, the daily coming of a tradesman to solicit orders.
 noun (n.) A note blown on the horn to encourage the hounds.
 noun (n.) A whistle or pipe, used by the boatswain and his mate, to summon the sailors to duty.
 noun (n.) The cry of a bird; also a noise or cry in imitation of a bird; or a pipe to call birds by imitating their note or cry.
 noun (n.) A reference to, or statement of, an object, course, distance, or other matter of description in a survey or grant requiring or calling for a corresponding object, etc., on the land.
 noun (n.) The privilege to demand the delivery of stock, grain, or any commodity, at a fixed, price, at or within a certain time agreed on.
 noun (n.) See Assessment, 4.
 verb (v. t.) To command or request to come or be present; to summon; as, to call a servant.
 verb (v. t.) To summon to the discharge of a particular duty; to designate for an office, or employment, especially of a religious character; -- often used of a divine summons; as, to be called to the ministry; sometimes, to invite; as, to call a minister to be the pastor of a church.
 verb (v. t.) To invite or command to meet; to convoke; -- often with together; as, the President called Congress together; to appoint and summon; as, to call a meeting of the Board of Aldermen.
 verb (v. t.) To give name to; to name; to address, or speak of, by a specifed name.
 verb (v. t.) To regard or characterize as of a certain kind; to denominate; to designate.
 verb (v. t.) To state, or estimate, approximately or loosely; to characterize without strict regard to fact; as, they call the distance ten miles; he called it a full day's work.
 verb (v. t.) To show or disclose the class, character, or nationality of.
 verb (v. t.) To utter in a loud or distinct voice; -- often with off; as, to call, or call off, the items of an account; to call the roll of a military company.
 verb (v. t.) To invoke; to appeal to.
 verb (v. t.) To rouse from sleep; to awaken.
 verb (v. i.) To speak in loud voice; to cry out; to address by name; -- sometimes with to.
 verb (v. i.) To make a demand, requirement, or request.
 verb (v. i.) To make a brief visit; also, to stop at some place designated, as for orders.

callanoun (n.) A genus of plants, of the order Araceae.

callatnoun (n.) Same as Callet.

callenoun (n.) A kind of head covering; a caul.

callernoun (n.) One who calls.
 adjective (a.) Cool; refreshing; fresh; as, a caller day; the caller air.
 adjective (a.) Fresh; in good condition; as, caller berrings.

calletnoun (n.) A trull or prostitute; a scold or gossip.
 verb (v. i.) To rail or scold.

callidadjective (a.) Characterized by cunning or shrewdness; crafty.

calliditynoun (n.) Acuteness of discernment; cunningness; shrewdness.

calligraphernoun (n.) One skilled in calligraphy; a good penman.

calligraphicadjective (a.) Alt. of Calligraphical

calligraphicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to calligraphy.

calligraphistnoun (n.) A calligrapher

calligraphynoun (n.) Fair or elegant penmanship.

calliopenoun (n.) The Muse that presides over eloquence and heroic poetry; mother of Orpheus, and chief of the nine Muses.
 noun (n.) One of the asteroids. See Solar.
 noun (n.) A musical instrument consisting of a series of steam whistles, toned to the notes of the scale, and played by keys arranged like those of an organ. It is sometimes attached to steamboat boilers.
 noun (n.) A beautiful species of humming bird (Stellula Calliope) of California and adjacent regions.

calliopsisnoun (n.) A popular name given to a few species of the genus Coreopsis, especially to C. tinctoria of Arkansas.

callipashnoun (n.) See Calipash.

callipeenoun (n.) See Calipee.

callipersnoun (n. pl.) See Calipers.

callisectionnoun (n.) Painless vivisection; -- opposed to sentisection.

callisthenicnoun (n.) Alt. of Callisthenics

callisthenicsnoun (n.) See Calisthenic, Calisthenics.

callithumpnoun (n.) A somewhat riotous parade, accompanied with the blowing of tin horns, and other discordant noises; also, a burlesque serenade; a charivari.

callithumpianadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a callithump.

callosanadjective (a.) Of the callosum.

calloseadjective (a.) Furnished with protuberant or hardened spots.

callositynoun (n.) A hard or thickened spot or protuberance; a hardening and thickening of the skin or bark of a part, eps. as a result of continued pressure or friction.

callosumnoun (n.) The great band commissural fibers which unites the two cerebral hemispheres. See corpus callosum, under Carpus.

callotnoun (n.) A plant coif or skullcap. Same as Calotte.
 noun (n.) A close cap without visor or brim.
 noun (n.) Such a cap, worn by English serjeants at law.
 noun (n.) Such a cap, worn by the French cavalry under their helmets.
 noun (n.) Such a cap, worn by the clergy of the Roman Catholic Church.

callousadjective (a.) Hardened; indurated.
 adjective (a.) Hardened in mind; insensible; unfeeling; unsusceptible.

callownoun (n.) A kind of duck. See Old squaw.
 adjective (a.) Destitute of feathers; naked; unfledged.
 adjective (a.) Immature; boyish; "green"; as, a callow youth.

callyciflorousadjective (a.) Having the petals and stamens adnate to the calyx; -- applied to a subclass of dicotyledonous plants in the system of the French botanist Candolle.


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (cal) - Words That Begins with cal:


calnoun (n.) Wolfram, an ore of tungsten.

calabarnoun (n.) A district on the west coast of Africa.

calabarinenoun (n.) An alkaloid resembling physostigmine and occurring with it in the calabar bean.

calabashnoun (n.) The common gourd (plant or fruit).
 noun (n.) The fruit of the calabash tree.
 noun (n.) A water dipper, bottle, bascket, or other utensil, made from the dry shell of a calabash or gourd.

calaboosenoun (n.) A prison; a jail.

caladenoun (n.) A slope or declivity in a manege ground down which a horse is made to gallop, to give suppleness to his haunches.

caladiumnoun (n.) A genus of aroideous plants, of which some species are cultivated for their immense leaves (which are often curiously blotched with white and red), and others (in Polynesia) for food.

calaitenoun (n.) A mineral. See Turquoise.

calamanconoun (n.) A glossy woolen stuff, plain, striped, or checked.

calamarnoun (n.) Alt. of Calamary

calamarynoun (n.) A cephalopod, belonging to the genus Loligo and related genera. There are many species. They have a sack of inklike fluid which they discharge from the siphon tube, when pursued or alarmed, in order to confuse their enemies. Their shell is a thin horny plate, within the flesh of the back, shaped very much like a quill pen. In America they are called squids. See Squid.

calambacnoun (n.) A fragrant wood; agalloch.

calambournoun (n.) A species of agalloch, or aloes wood, of a dusky or mottled color, of a light, friable texture, and less fragrant than calambac; -- used by cabinetmakers.

calamiferousadjective (a.) Producing reeds; reedy.

calaminenoun (n.) A mineral, the hydrous silicate of zinc.

calamintnoun (n.) A genus of perennial plants (Calamintha) of the Mint family, esp. the C. Nepeta and C. Acinos, which are called also basil thyme.

calamistnoun (n.) One who plays upon a reed or pipe.

calamistrationnoun (n.) The act or process of curling the hair.

calamistrumnoun (n.) A comblike structure on the metatarsus of the hind legs of certain spiders (Ciniflonidae), used to curl certain fibers in the construction of their webs.

calamitenoun (n.) A fossil plant of the coal formation, having the general form of plants of the modern Equiseta (the Horsetail or Scouring Rush family) but sometimes attaining the height of trees, and having the stem more or less woody within. See Acrogen, and Asterophyllite.

calamitousadjective (a.) Suffering calamity; wretched; miserable.
 adjective (a.) Producing, or attended with distress and misery; making wretched; wretched; unhappy.

calamitynoun (n.) Any great misfortune or cause of misery; -- generally applied to events or disasters which produce extensive evil, either to communities or individuals.
 noun (n.) A state or time of distress or misfortune; misery.

calamusnoun (n.) The indian cane, a plant of the Palm family. It furnishes the common rattan. See Rattan, and Dragon's blood.
 noun (n.) A species of Acorus (A. calamus), commonly called calamus, or sweet flag. The root has a pungent, aromatic taste, and is used in medicine as a stomachic; the leaves have an aromatic odor, and were formerly used instead of rushes to strew on floors.
 noun (n.) The horny basal portion of a feather; the barrel or quill.

calandoadjective (a.) Gradually diminishing in rapidity and loudness.

calashnoun (n.) A light carriage with low wheels, having a top or hood that can be raised or lowered, seats for inside, a separate seat for the driver, and often a movable front, so that it can be used as either an open or a close carriage.
 noun (n.) In Canada, a two-wheeled, one-seated vehicle, with a calash top, and the driver's seat elevated in front.
 noun (n.) A hood or top of a carriage which can be thrown back at pleasure.
 noun (n.) A hood, formerly worn by ladies, which could be drawn forward or thrown back like the top of a carriage.

calaveritenoun (n.) A bronze-yellow massive mineral with metallic luster; a telluride of gold; -- first found in Calaveras County California.

calcanealadjective (a.) Pertaining to the calcaneum; as, calcaneal arteries.

calcaneumnoun (n.) One of the bones of the tarsus which in man, forms the great bone of the heel; -- called also fibulare.

calcarnoun (n.) A kind of oven, or reverberatory furnace, used for the calcination of sand and potash, and converting them into frit.
 noun (n.) A hollow tube or spur at the base of a petal or corolla.
 noun (n.) A slender bony process from the ankle joint of bats, which helps to support the posterior part of the web, in flight.
 noun (n.) A spur, or spurlike prominence.
 noun (n.) A curved ridge in the floor of the leteral ventricle of the brain; the calcar avis, hippocampus minor, or ergot.

calcarateadjective (a.) Alt. of Calcarated

calcaratedadjective (a.) Having a spur, as the flower of the toadflax and larkspur; spurred.
 adjective (a.) Armed with a spur.

calcareousadjective (a.) Partaking of the nature of calcite or calcium carbonate; consisting of, or containing, calcium carbonate or carbonate of lime.

calcareousnessnoun (n.) Quality of being calcareous.

calcariferousadjective (a.) Lime-yielding; calciferous

calcarineadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or situated near, the calcar of the brain.

calcavellanoun (n.) A sweet wine from Portugal; -- so called from the district of Carcavelhos.

calceatedadjective (a.) Fitted with, or wearing, shoes.

calcedadjective (a.) Wearing shoes; calceated; -- in distintion from discalced or barefooted; as the calced Carmelites.

calcedonnoun (n.) A foul vein, like chalcedony, in some precious stones.

calcedonicadjective (a.) Alt. of Calcedonian

calcedonianadjective (a.) See Chalcedonic.

calceiformadjective (a.) Shaped like a slipper, as one petal of the lady's-slipper; calceolate.

calceolarianoun (n.) A genus of showy herbaceous or shrubby plants, brought from South America; slipperwort. It has a yellow or purple flower, often spotted or striped, the shape of which suggests its name.

calceolateadjective (a.) Slipper-ahaped. See Calceiform.

calcesnoun (n. pl.) See Calx.
  (pl. ) of Calx

calcicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, calcium or lime.

calciferousadjective (a.) Bearing, producing, or containing calcite, or carbonate of lime.

calcificadjective (a.) Calciferous. Specifically: (Zool.) of or pertaining to the portion of the oviduct which forms the eggshell in birds and reptiles.

calcificationnoun (n.) The process of change into a stony or calcareous substance by the deposition of lime salt; -- normally, as in the formation of bone and of teeth; abnormally, as in calcareous degeneration of tissue.

calcifiedadjective (a.) Consisting of, or containing, calcareous matter or lime salts; calcareous.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Calcify

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CALLUM:

English Words which starts with 'ca' and ends with 'um':

cadmiumnoun (n.) A comparatively rare element related to zinc, and occurring in some zinc ores. It is a white metal, both ductile and malleable. Symbol Cd. Atomic weight 111.8. It was discovered by Stromeyer in 1817, who named it from its association with zinc or zinc ore.

caecumnoun (n.) A cavity open at one end, as the blind end of a canal or duct.
 noun (n.) The blind part of the large intestine beyond the entrance of the small intestine; -- called also the blind gut.

caesiumnoun (n.) A rare alkaline metal found in mineral water; -- so called from the two characteristic blue lines in its spectrum. It was the first element discovered by spectrum analysis, and is the most strongly basic and electro-positive substance known. Symbol Cs. Atomic weight 132.6.

calciumnoun (n.) An elementary substance; a metal which combined with oxygen forms lime. It is of a pale yellow color, tenacious, and malleable. It is a member of the alkaline earth group of elements. Atomic weight 40. Symbol Ca.

calistheneumnoun (n.) A gymnasium; esp. one for light physical exercise by women and children.

cambiumnoun (n.) A series of formative cells lying outside of the wood proper and inside of the inner bark. The growth of new wood takes place in the cambium, which is very soft.
 noun (n.) A fancied nutritive juice, formerly supposed to originate in the blood, to repair losses of the system, and to promote its increase.

candelabrumnoun (n.) A lamp stand of any sort.
 noun (n.) A highly ornamented stand of marble or other ponderous material, usually having three feet, -- frequently a votive offering to a temple.
 noun (n.) A large candlestick, having several branches.

capsicumnoun (n.) A genus of plants of many species, producing capsules or dry berries of various forms, which have an exceedingly pungent, biting taste, and when ground form the red or Cayenne pepper of commerce.

caseumnoun (n.) Same as Casein.

castoreumnoun (n.) A peculiar bitter orange-brown substance, with strong, penetrating odor, found in two sacs between the anus and external genitals of the beaver; castor; -- used in medicine as an antispasmodic, and by perfumers.