a city in NE Brazil.
a small low island; key. Historical Examples noun a small low island or bank composed of sand and coral fragments, esp in the Caribbean area Also called key n. “low island,” 1707, from Spanish cayo; see key (n.2). cay (kē, kā) A small, low island composed largely of coral or sand. Also called key.
a town in central South Carolina. Historical Examples
a hot, biting condiment composed of the ground pods and seeds of the pepper Capsicum annuum longum. the long, wrinkled, twisted fruit of this plant. the plant itself. a seaport in and the capital of French Guiana. (lowercase). Also called cayenne whist. a variety of whist played with two full packs of 52 cards each. […]
- Cayenne software
company The company formed when CADRE merged with Bachman Information Systems in July 1996. (http://cayennesoft.com/). [Details?] (2001-04-30)