ca'ing whale\ˈkȯiŋ, ˈkä‧iŋ, ˈkȧ‧-\
Definition of caaing whale
: a pilot whale (Globicephala melas) of cooler, temperate waters
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Origin and Etymology of caaing whale
caaing, ca'ing, gerund of ca' to call, drive (whales into shallow water)
First Known Use: circa 1809
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