cau'line (Sir), a knight who served the wine to the king of Ireland.
A dominie, mon—an auld dominie: he keeped a schule, and cau'd it an acaadamy.'
cau′tioner, one who cautions or advises: (Scots law) a surety; cau′tionry, the act of giving security for another.
I gaped, and read, Poor mo—or—tals the cau—o—ause of their own—their own mi—ser—ry.
This, Cicero says, was taken as an omen; for it sounded like "Cave ne eas," which must therefore have been pronounced cau' n' eas.
cau'rus, the stormy west-north-west wind; called in Greek Argestês.