Bicameral - (a.) Consisting of, or including, two chambers, or
Cameras - (pl. ) of Camera
Camerae - (pl. ) of Camera
Camerade - (n.) See Comrade.
Cameralistic - (a.) Of or pertaining to finance and public revenue.
Cameralistics - (n.) The science of finance or public revenue.
Camera lucida - () An instrument which by means of a prism of a peculiar
form, or an arrangement of mirrors, causes an apparent image of an
external object or objects to appear as if projected upon a plane
surface, as of paper or canvas, so that the outlines may conveniently
traced. It is generally used with the microscope.
Camera obscura - () An apparatus in which the images of external objects,
formed by a convex lens or a concave mirror, are thrown on a paper or
other white surface placed in the focus of the lens or mirror within a
darkened chamber, or box, so that the outlines may be traced.
Camera obscura - () An apparatus in which the image of an external object
or objects is, by means of lenses, thrown upon a sensitized plate or
surface placed at the back of an extensible darkened box or chamber
variously modified; -- commonly called simply the camera.
Camerated - (imp. & p. p.) of Camerate
Camerate - (v. i.) To build in the form of a vault; to arch over.
Camerate - (v. i.) To divide into chambers.
Cameration - (n.) A vaulting or arching over.
Concamerate - (v. t.) To arch over; to vault.
Concamerate - (v. t.) To divide into chambers or cells.
Concameration - (n.) An arch or vault.
Concameration - (n.) A chamber of a multilocular shell.
Incameration - (n.) The act or process of uniting lands, rights, or
revenues, to the ecclesiastical chamber, i. e., to the pope's domain.
Unicameral - (a.) Having, or consisting of, a single chamber; -- said of
a legislative assembly.