calcimine definition by Webster's New World
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a white or tinted liquid of whiting or zinc white, glue, and water, used as a wash chiefly for plastered surfaces
Origin: ; from Classical Latin calx: see calcium
calcimine definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A white or tinted liquid containing zinc oxide, water, glue, and coloring matter, used as a wash for walls and ceilings.transitive verb cal·ci·mined also kal·so·mined, cal·ci·min·ing also kal·so·min·ing, cal·ci·mines also kal·so·mines
To cover or wash with calcimine.
Origin: Originally a trademark.