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Callithrix discolor
Onappo O*nap"po, n. (Zo["o]l.) A nocturnal South American monkey (Callithrix discolor), noted for its agility; -- called also ventriloquist monkey.
Callithrix torquatus
Macavahu Ma`ca*va"hu, n. (Zo["o]l.) A small Brazilian monkey (Callithrix torquatus), -- called also collared teetee.
Callithump
Callithump Cal"li*thump`, n. A somewhat riotous parade, accompanied with the blowing of tin horns, and other discordant noises; also, a burlesque serenade; a charivari. [U. S.]
Callithumpian
Callithumpian Cal`li*thump"i*an, a. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a callithump. [U. S.]
Callitriche verna
Starwort Star"wort`, n. (Bot.) (a) Any plant of the genus Aster. See Aster. (b) A small plant of the genus Stellaria, having star-shaped flowers; star flower; chickweed. --Gray. Water starwort, an aquatic plant (Callitriche verna) having some resemblance to chickweed. Yellow starwort, a plant of the genus Inula; elecampane.
Callitris quadrivalvis
Sandarach San"da*rach, Sandarac San"da*rac,, n. [L. sandaraca, Gr. ?.] 1. (Min.) Realgar; red sulphide of arsenic. [Archaic] 2. (Bot. Chem.) A white or yellow resin obtained from a Barbary tree (Callitris quadrivalvis or Thuya articulata), and pulverized for pounce; -- probably so called from a resemblance to the mineral.
Callitris quadrivalvis
Thyine wood Thy"ine wood` [Gr. ? ?, fr. ?, adj., pertaining to the tree ? or ?, an African tree with sweet-smelling wood.] (Bot.) The fragrant and beautiful wood of a North African tree (Callitris quadrivalvis), formerly called Thuja articulata. The tree is of the Cedar family, and furnishes a balsamic resin called sandarach. --Rev. xviii. 12.

Meaning of Callit from wikipedia

- son of James III of Scotland, which described it as "this Nobill Isle, callit Gret Britanee". While promoting a possible royal match in 1548, Lord Protector...
- is bruiked by sundrey captains; to witt, the south southwest end of it, callit Bayhastill, be M’Neill of Barray, the rest of the ile, namit Peiter’s parochin...
- strenthes; the ane is the round castle of Buitt, callit Rosay of the auld, and Borrowstone about it callit Buitt. Before the town and castle is ane bay of...
- majestie may persave, the Scottis Croce, callit Sanctandrois Croce is twyse divydit, and the Inglishe Croce, callit Sanct George, haldin haill and drawne...
- 1549 Donald Munro, High Dean of the Isles, wrote of "Sky": "This Ile is callit Ellan Skiannach in Irish, that is to say in Inglish the wyngit Ile, be reason...
- majestie is resolved to purge the mydele schyres of this isle, heirtofoir callit the bordouris of Scotland and England, of that barbarous crueltie, wickednes...
- streame, above the power of all sailing and rowing, with infinit dangers, callit Corybrekan. This stream is aught myle lang, quhilk may not be hantit bot...
- son of James III of Scotland, which described it as "this Nobill Isle, callit Gret Britanee". As noted above it was used again in 1604, when King James...
- callit Dunowaik, biggit on ane craig at the sea side, on the southeist part of the countery pertaining to the Clandonald of Kintyre; second is callit...
- before the Battle of Largs. In 1549, Dean Monro wrote of the "little ile callit the yle of Mol****, quherin there was foundit by Johne, Lord of the iles...
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