Calor

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Calor is the Latin word for "heat, warmth, glow, ardour". It may refer to:

  • As a technical term in thermodynamics, the transfer of thermal energy, see Heat
  • In non-technical parlance, thermal energy in general
  • In medical teaching, one of the four classical signs of inflammation.
  • the Latin name of two Italian rivers, see Calor River (disambiguation):
    • The Calore Irpino (or Calore Beneventano), a tributary of the Volturno.
    • The Calore Lucano (or Calore Salernitano), a tributary of the Sele.
  • Calor Gas, a brand of bottled propane and butan gas.

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