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caiman

noun cai·man \ˈkā-mən; kā-ˈman, kī-\

Definition of CAIMAN

:  any of several Central and South American crocodilians (genera Caiman, Melanosuchus, and Paleosuchus) similar to alligators

Variants of CAIMAN

cai·man also cay·man \ˈkā-mən; kā-ˈman, kī-\
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Origin of CAIMAN

Spanish caimán, probably from Carib caymán
First Known Use: 1577

Rhymes with CAIMAN

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