noun, plural ja·ca·les [huh-kah-leys, -leyz, hah-], /həˈkɑ leɪs, -leɪz, hɑ-/, ja·cals.
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The other is the Jacal, which is nearly 9600 feet above the sea-level, and crowned with forests of pine and cedar.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Ten minutes later all slept, or seemed to sleep, in the jacal: the storm lasted the night through, howling furiously.
Only a few minutes after the hacendero's son had left, the door of the jacal was roughly opened—four men entered.
Valentine said, when about a dozen yards from the jacal, "Everything is very silent here."
The preparations for quitting the jacal were not long, and an hour later, the five persons started.