**Cal`cu*la"tion** (?), n. [OE. *calculation*, fr. L. *calculatio*; cf. OF. *calcucation*.]

**1.**

The act or process, or the result, of calculating; computation; reckoning, estimate.

"The

*calculation* of eclipses."

*Nichol.*

The mountain is not so his **calculation** makes it.
*Boyle.*

**2.**

An expectation based on cirumstances.

The lazy gossips of the port,
Abborrent of a **calculation** crost,
Began to chafe as at a personal wrong.
*Tennyson.*

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