[kuhl-ee yoo g-uh] /ˌkʌl i ˈyʊg ə/
the fourth and present age of the world, full of conflict and sin.
kallak kal·lak (kāl’āk) n. A pustular dermatitis, occurring especially among the Eskimos.
- Kallidin i
kallidin I kal·li·din I (kāl’ĭ-dn) n. See bradykinin.
- Kallidin ii
kallidin II n. See bradykininogen.
[kal-i-kak] /ˈkæl ɪˌkæk/ noun 1. the fictitious name of an actual family that was the focus of a sociological study: one branch of feeble-minded descendants were mostly social degenerates, while another branch with descendants of normal intelligence were mostly successful.