Definition of Calvarian

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Calvarian

calumniators
calumniatory
calumnies
calumnious
calumniously
calumniousness
calumny
calusterone
calutron
calutrons
calva
calvadoses
calvaria
calvarial
calvarial hook
calvarian (current term)
calvarias
calvaries
calvarium
calvariums
calvary
calve
calved
calver
calvered
calveren
calvering
calvers
calves
calves' feet

Literary usage of Calvarian

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1. Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Surgery by Bransby Blake Cooper (1852)
"I shall commence at what is termed the calvarian Region. The tissues entering into the formation of this region are the hair, skin, cellular tissue, ..."

2. The Jews of Iowa: A Complete History and Accurate Account of Their Religious by Simon Glazer (1904)
"... and the rabbinate of the latter has a distinguished member, now residing in New York who is the son of a calvarian cobbler. The "meal ticket," of which ..."

3. The Cross and the Crescent as Standards in War by James J. Macintyre (1854)
"Ever since the alleged discovery of the holy sepulchre and the three calvarian crosses by the mother of Constantine in the fourth century, the bishops of ..."

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