scyphus

[n] - an ancient Greek drinking cup
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Scyphus

Scy'phus noun ; plural Scyphi . [ Latin , a cup, Greek sky`fos .] 1. (Antiq.) A kind of large drinking cup, -- used by Greeks and Romans, esp. by poor folk. 2. (Botany) (a) The cup of a narcissus, or a similar appendage to the corolla in ...
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scyphus

Origin: L, a cup, Gr. ... 1. A kind of large drinking cup, used by Greeks and Romans, especially. By poor folk. ... 2. <botany> The cup of a narcissus, or a similar appendage to the corolla in other flowers. A cup-shaped stem or podetium in lichens. Also called scypha. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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scyphus

noun an ancient Greek drinking cup; two handles and footed base
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Scyphus

• (n.) The cup of a narcissus, or a similar appendage to the corolla in other flowers. • (n.) A kind of large drinking cup, -- used by Greeks and Romans, esp. by poor folk. • (n.) A cup-shaped stem or podetium in lichens. Also called scypha. See Illust. of Cladonia pyxidata, under Lichen.
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scyphus

an expanded, cup-like structure often terminating a podetium.
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