The Collaborative International Dictionary
Calin \Ca"lin\, n. [F., fr. Malay kelany tin, or fr. Kala'a, a town in India, fr. which it came.] An alloy of lead and tin, of which the Chinese make tea canisters.
n. An alloy of lead and tin.
Călin is a Romanian masculine given name meaning guelder rose. It may refer to:
- Călin Alupi (1906-1988), Romanian painter
- Călin Dan (born 1955), Romanian artist, theorist and curator
- Călin Moldovan (born 1981), Romanian football player
- Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu (born 1952), Romanian politician
Usage examples of "calin".
To Roland's obvious discomfort, Carline was deeply involved at the moment in conversation with Prince Calin of Elvandar, son of Aglaranna.