Crossword clues for calid
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Calid \Cal"id\, a. [L. calidus, fr. calere to be hot.]
Hot; burning; ardent. [Obs.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1590s, from Latin calidus "warm," from PIE root *kele- (1) "warm" (see calorie).
a. (context obsolete English) hot; burning; ardent
Calid, Kalid, or King Calid is a legendary figure in alchemy associated with the historical Khalid ibn Yazid (d. 704), an Umayyad prince. His name is a medieval Latin transcription of the Arabic name Khalid (or Khaled).
Usage examples of "calid".
Then in quick succession, Vanguard and Calid Isel withdrew from the battle with severe hull and Drive damage after disabling or destroying six of the nine battleships from Anak's Second Squadron.