verb (used without object)
- cavosurface angle,
- caxias do sul
Origin of caw
Examples from the Web for caw
She's a good woman, honly I cawn't stand 'er hallways ha-naggink hat me hafore folks, hand ha pickink me hup habout my haitches.
We cawn't go back South 'thout a-gittin' tuk up an' maybe gittin' hung in de bargain.The Master of Warlock|George Cary Eggleston
Then he took up his arms and marched on, and they again began to caw, so he halted again.Plutarch's Lives Volume III.|Plutarch
“Caw, caw,” said a big raven that hopped on the stone in front of her.
The “Buli” was greeted with cries of “m-m-ka-a” in shrill voices by the women, for all the world like the caw of an old crow.Wanderings Among South Sea Savages And in Borneo and the Philippines|H. Wilfrid Walker
Word Origin for caw
"make a sound like a crow, raven, etc.," 1580s, imitative. Related: Cawed; cawing.
1660s, from caw (v.).