Calicut


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Cal·i·cut

 (kăl′ĭ-kŭt′)

Calicut

(ˈkælɪˌkʌt)
n
(Placename) the former name for Kozhikode

Cal•i•cut

(ˈkæl ɪˌkʌt)

n.
a seaport in W Kerala, in SW India. 546,000. Formerly, Kozhikode.
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