Calais

[kal-ey, ka-ley, kal-is; French ka-le]
noun
a seaport in N France, on the Strait of Dover: the French port nearest England.
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Calais

[kuh-ley-is]
noun Classical Mythology.
the winged son of Boreas the north wind. As Argonauts he and his brother Zetes chased away the Harpies.
Also, Kalais.
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Calais (ˈkæleɪ, French kalɛ)
 
n
a port in N France, on the Strait of Dover: the nearest French port to England; belonged to England 1347--1558. Pop: 77 333 (1999)

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Calais
city on the Fr. coast of the English Channel, from Gaulish Caleti, the name of a Celtic people who once lived along the shore there.
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