cay

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See also: CAY, cáy, cây, cấy, čay, çay, and çaý

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From Spanish cayo, from Taino.

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cay (plural cays or cayes)

  1. A small, low island largely made of sand or coral.

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cay (, , 𠹽, 𡀲, 𨐮, 𨢟) (phonemic reduplicative cay cay)

  1. spicy, peppery, hot

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