Caldron

Cal"dron

(kl"drn), n. [OE. caldron, caudron, caudroun, OF. caudron, chauderon, F. chaudron, an aug. of F. chaudire, LL. caldaria, fr. L. caldarius suitable for warming, fr. caldus, calidus, warm, fr. calere to be warm; cf. Skr. r to boil. Cf. Chaldron, Calaric, Caudle.] A large kettle or boiler of copper, brass, or iron.
[Written also cauldron.]
"Caldrons of boiling oil." Prescott.
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Ca*lche"

(k*lsh"), n. [F. calche.] See Calash.
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