noun, plural cal·a·mar·ies.
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A name for the calamary, Loligo vulgaris, an animal allied to the cuttle-fish.
Calamary, kal′a-mar-i, n. a popular name applied to numerous forms of cuttle-fish or Cephalopoda, more esp.
It seldom exceeds four or five inches in length, and, like the Calamary, is used largely as a bait by fishermen.The Sea Shore
William S. Furneaux
An animal allied to the cuttle-fish, belonging to the class Cephalopoda; the calamary or Loligo of naturalists.
Squid, skwid, n. a kind of cuttle-fish or calamary: a lure used in trolling for fish.