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Cayo

Cayo \Ca"yo\, n.; pl. -yos. [Sp.] A small island or ledge of rock in the water; a key. [Sp. Am.]

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cayo

n. (cx Latin America English) A small island or ledge of rock in the water; a key.

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Cayo

Cayo may refer to:

  • Cayo (film), a 2005 Puerto Rican film starring Roselyn Sánchez
  • Cayo District, a district in the west of the nation of Belize
  • Caio, Carmarthenshire, a village in Wales sometimes spelt with a 'y'
    • Cayo Hundred, a geographic division named after the village
Cayo (film)

Cayo is a Puerto Rican film released in 2005. It was directed by Vicente Juarbe and written by Ineabelle Sánchez and Pedro Muñiz. The film also stars Roselyn Sanchez.

Usage examples of "cayo".

There are no boats on Cayo Santa Maria, and if he is foolish enough to swim, he'll either drown or be eaten by sharks.

The plans to neutralize Cayo Santa Maria progressed with prairie-fire swiftness.

Hourly, he cursed Colonel Kleist, who bore Pitt's onslaughts with stoic indifference, explaining with tight-lipped patience that his Cuban Special Forces team could not assault Cayo Santa Maria until he pronounced them fit and ready.

Twenty-four hours a day, giant antennas on Cuba intercepted United States civilian telephone calls and military radio signals, relaying them to Cayo Santa Maria, where they were fed into the computers for decoding and analysis.

His gaze returned to the chart and he made a little pencil line that marked a course to the southern shore of Cayo Santa Maria.

Five minutes went by, and Cayo Santa Maria's outline vaguely loomed ahead, black and ominous.

I've just been going over part of the intelligence data from the Cayo Santa Maria operation.

My deputy was waiting for me with a translated document that was taken from Cayo Santa Maria.

Only the long arm of the Americans and their Central Intelligence Agency could have destroyed Cayo Santa Maria and wrecked his scheme to terminate the Castro regime.

   Brogan declared a short break while aerial photographs of Cayo Santa Maria, files on Velikov and Gly, and the copies of the transcription were brought in.

   Pitt took a few moments and stared into the darkness toward Cayo Santa Maria, desperately hoping he wasn't too late to save his friends.

Brogan declared a short break while aerial photographs of Cayo Santa Maria, files on Velikov and Gly, and the copies of the transcription were brought in.

Pitt took a few moments and stared into the darkness toward Cayo Santa Maria, desperately hoping he wasn't too late to save his friends.

He looked up at the white-painted house and the tall old-fashioned light and then past the high rock to the green mangrove keys and beyond them the low, rocky, barren tip of Cayo Romano.

The closer they came to Cayo Contrabando, the narrower the channel became.