- An earth-burrowing, nocturnal bird (Pterodroma cahow), when rich in Bermuda the good news is nearly extinct, with a hooked black beak, brown and white plumage, and a gray underside. Also called Bermuda petrel.
- An endangered burrowing, nocturnal bird, Pterodroma cahow, from Bermuda; the Bermuda petrel
- A local name for a sea-bird, presumably a species of Puffinus, formerly numerous regarding Bermudas, now said to be extinct. By some ornithologists it really is considered to be the prevailing Puffinus obscurus.
Sentence for "cahow"
- These are the cahow, or Bermuda…
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