That devil of a sea-calf is the cause of all this storm, and is the only man who doth not lend a helping hand.
The larger seal, or sea-calf, which seeks the most solitary recesses for its abode.
Here, you son of a sea-calf, take this down to the waterside for me!
Ipsis (says Pliny, speaking of the sea-calf) in somne mugitus, unde nomen vituli.
He was so terrified at thunder and lightning that he always carried with him the skin of a sea-calf as an antidote.
The sole is covered with a sea-calf's skin, with the hair outside; this precaution hinders retrograde movements.
The hands were, to all appearance, like the paws of a sea-calf.
During this banter the brother, who was a fat gentleman, with long white mustaches, snored like a sea-calf.