Origin of caïque
Words nearby caïque
How to use caïque in a sentence
The caique is a curiously shaped canoe-sort of a craft, and you have to get in carefully and sit still.The Ship Dwellers|Albert Bigelow Paine
Those who ride in them do not sit on benches, but in the bottom of the caique, on a Persian carpet.
The refreshing coolness of the sea breeze induced us to hire a caique, and we coasted along towards the Seraglio Point.
He accompanied a party of Americans to Buyukdere, where they took a caique, and rowed alongside the Russian flag-ship.
The caique is long and very narrow, and sharp at both ends—pointed, in fact.