noun ca·val·la \kə-ˈva-lə\
plural ca·val·la or ca·val·las

Definition of CAVALLA

also ca·val·ly \-ˈva-lē\ :  any of various carangid fishes

Origin of CAVALLA

Spanish caballa, a fish, from Late Latin, mare, feminine of Latin caballus
First Known Use: 1624

Rhymes with CAVALLA


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