Calculative *to* Calipash

**Calculative**

(Cal"cu*la*tive) *a.* Of or pertaining to calculation; involving calculation.

Long habits of *calculative* dealings.

*Burke.*

**Calculator**

(Cal"cu*la*tor) *n.* [L.: cf. F. *calculateur*.] One who computes or reckons: one who estimates
or considers the force and effect of causes, with a view to form a correct estimate of the effects.

Ambition is no exact *calculator*.

*Burke.*

**Calculatory**

(Cal"cu*la*to*ry) *a.* [L. *calculatorius*.] Belonging to calculation. *Sherwood.*

**Calcule**

(Cal"cule) *n.* [F. *calcul*, fr. L. *calculus*. See Calculus.] Reckoning; computation. [Obs.] *Howell.*

**Calcule**

(Cal"cule), *v. i.* To calculate [Obs.] *Chaucer.*

**Calculi**

(Cal"cu*li) *n. pl.* See Calculus.

**Calculous**

(Cal"cu*lous) *a.* [L. *calculosus*.]

**1.** Of the nature of a calculus; like stone; gritty; as, a *calculous* concretion. *Sir T. Browne.*

**2.** Caused, or characterized, by the presence of a calculus or calculi; a, a *calculous* disorder; affected
with gravel or stone; as, a *calculous* person.

**Calculus**

(Cal"cu*lus) *n.*; *pl.* **Calculi** [L, *calculus*. See Calculate, and Calcule.]

**1.** *(Med.)* Any solid concretion, formed in any part of the body, but most frequent in the organs that act
as reservoirs, and in the passages connected with them; as, biliary *calculi*; urinary *calculi*, etc.

**2.** *(Math.)* A method of computation; any process of reasoning by the use of symbols; any branch of
mathematics that may involve calculation.