ca·ïque /kɑˈik/
noun
1. a single-masted sailing vessel used on the eastern Mediterranean Sea, having a sprit mainsail, a square topsail, and two or more other sails.
2. a long, narrow rowboat used on the Bosporus.
Also, ca·ique.

[Origin: 1615-25; < F < It caicco < Turk kayιk; r. caik < Turk kayιk]

Source: Dictionary.com.

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