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calid

(ˈkælɪd)
adj
archaic warm
[C16: from Latin calidus]

calid

- Another way of saying "warm, tepid."
See also related terms for warm.
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In the suit, filed in the Kern County Superior Court, the company and its landlord also ask that the facility, located in Lamont, Calid., be reopened.
Mucawiya cited a line of poetry by Ibn al-Ziba'ra, the Qurashi poet who had celebrated the Muslim defeat at Uhud, to express the enmity of the Umayyads towards the ashab Badr, especially the cAlids (see Ibn al-Jawzi, 4/158)" (4:90b).
Similarly, both cAbbAsid and 'Alid fashioning of early history had to contend with each party's weaknesses, viz., the earlier 'Abbasid temporizing with the Umayyads and overall lack of heroism, versus the inability of the cAlids, despite their steadfast resistance, to win over sufficient support to succeed in their insurrection.