the process of writing or engraving on wax.
the art of engraving on a waxed plate on which a printing surface is created by electrotyping
- Ceroid lipofuscinosis
ceroid lipofuscinosis ce·roid lipofuscinosis (sēr’oid’) n. See Spielmeyer-Vogt disease.
noun divination by use of melted wax dropped into water Word Origin Greek ceros ‘wax’ n. “divination by means of melted wax dripped in water” (the shapes supposedly previsioning a future spouse, etc.), 1650s, from French ceromancie, Medieval Latin ceromantia; see cere (n.) + -mancy.
any of various, usually climbing or trailing, plants of the genus Ceropegia, native to the Old World tropics and often cultivated as houseplants.
pertaining to modeling in wax. modeled in wax. adjective relating to wax modelling modelled in wax