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To head or point; to keep a course

The ship capes southwest by south.

To gape
A sleeveless garment or part of a garment, hanging from the neck over the back, arms, and shoulders, but not reaching below the hips
A piece or point of land, extending beyond the adjacent coast into a sea or lake; a promontory; a headland
{n} a headland, neckpiece to a coat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Cape, Common or Brown Hare (Lepus capensis) is a hare natively found throughout Africa, and has spread to many parts of the Europe, Middle East and Asia. The Cape Hare is a nocturnal herbivore. They are fast. They typically eat grass and other types of shrubs
A piece of land extending into water The United States launches rockets from Cape Canaveral at the John F Kennedy Space Center in Florida
(1) A point or head of land projecting into a body of water (2) A rounded projection, out into the water, and either high land or low land For inland lakes, cape rarely appears on maps as a place name and also only infrequently in descriptions Point and head according to present usage appears to be preferred to cape
A cape is a large piece of land that sticks out into the sea from the coast. In 1978, Naomi James became the first woman to sail solo around the world via Cape Horn
Walking stick, candy, or sugar
a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter a strip of land projecting into a body of water
a wrap-around protective garment used to protect the clothes of your client
a strip of land projecting into a body of water
Acronym for Convective Available Potential Energy The amount of energy available to create convection, with higher values increasing the possibility for severe weather
A relatively extensive land area jutting seaward from a continent or large island which prominently marks a change in, or interrupts notably, the coastal trend; a prominent feature
A piece or point of land, extending beyond the adjacent coast into the sea or a lake; a promontory; a headland
{i} cloak; point of land that projects out into a body of water
Someone who dresses up in a flashy "super-hero/villain" manner Sometimes used to describe publicly known metas, usually meant with a slight derogatory sense
Acroymn for Convective Available Potential Energy The amount of energy available to create convection, with higher values increasing the possibility for severe weather
Acronym for Convective Available Potential Energy The amount of energy available to create convection Higher values indicate an increasing possibility of severe weather
(Certificat d'Aptitude au Professorat des Écoles Maternelles et Primaires): Primary school (and nursery school) teaching diploma (primary school teachers in France used to be called instituteurs) See also IUFM
Convective Available Potential Energy A measure of the amount of energy available for convection CAPE is directly related to the maximum potential vertical speed within an updraft; thus, higher values indicate greater potential for severe weather Observed values in thunderstorm environments often may exceed 1,000 joules per kilogram (j/kg), and in extreme cases may exceed 5,000 j/kg However, as with other indices or indicators, there are no threshold values above which severe weather becomes imminent
A cape is a pointed piece of land that sticks out into a sea, ocean, lake, or river cave A cave is a large hole in the ground or in the side of a hill or mountain continent The land mass on Earth is divided into continents The seven continents are Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America cove A cove is small, horseshoe-shaped body of water along the coast; the water is surrounded by land formed of soft rock
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A sleeveless garment or part of a garment, hanging from the neck over the back, arms, and shoulders, but not reaching below the hips. See Cloak
Convective Available Potential Energy
A piece of land extending into water
Convective Available Potential Energy - The amount of buoyant energy available to accelerate an air parcel vertically; it is a measure of the potential intensity of deep,moist convection An atmosphere with high CAPE values has the potential to develop strong, tall and violent thunderstorms, whereas an environment with little or no CAPE has little chance of developing a thunderstorm - or if they do form, they will be weak and low topped
Convective Available Potential Energy CAPE is a calculated index that gives an indication of the vertical stability of the atmosphere In general, the higher the CAPE value, the more unstable the atmosphere is
A point of land extending into a body of water
A cape is a pointed piece of land that sticks out into a sea, ocean, lake, or river
land that extends into water; usually narrow
a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter
A cape is a short cloak. a woollen cape. For names of actual capes, see the specific element of the names, for example, Hatteras, Cape; Good Hope, Cape of. Other geographic names beginning with Cape are entered under Cape, for example, Cape Coral, Florida; Cape York Peninsula. A point or head of land projecting into a body of water. Agulhas Cape Ann Cape Bojador Cape Canaveral Cape Cape Breton Island Cape buffalo Cape Cod Cape Fear River Cape Krusenstern National Monument Cape Province Cape Colony Cape of Good Hope Cape Town Cape Verde Republic of Cape Verde Dezhnev Cape Good Hope Cape of Hatteras Cape Henry Cape Horn Cape Morris Jesup Cape Nasrani Cape Roca Cape Saint Vincent Cape Cape Bon Peninsula York Cape
To head or point; to keep a course; as, the ship capes southwest by south
Cape Breton
the former Colony of Cape Breton
Cape Breton
Cape Breton Island
Cape Breton Island
An island on the Atlantic coast of Canada, part of the province of Nova Scotia
Cape Cod and the Islands
A peninsula in Massachusetts, in the United States of America
Cape Codder
Someone from Cape Cod
Cape Codders
plural form of Cape Codder
Cape Horn
the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile
Cape Town
The legislative capital of South Africa
Cape Verde
Country in Western Africa. Official name: Republic of Cape Verde
Cape Verdean
Of, from, or pertaining to Cape Verde, the Cape Verdean people or the Cape Verdean language
Cape Verdean
A creole language spoken in Cape Verde
Cape Verdean
A person from Cape Verde or of Cape Verdean descent
Cape Verdean Creole
A creole language spoken in Cape Verde
Cape Verdeans
plural form of Cape Verdean
Cape buffalo
A large African bovid, Syncerus caffer
Cape buffalos
plural form of Cape buffalo
Cape lion
an extinct subspecies of lion, Panthera leo melanochaitus, which inhabited the cape of Africa
Cape lions
plural form of Cape lion
Cape of Good Hope
a cape in southwestern South Africa, near Cape Town
Cape triangle
Nickname for one of several denominations of triangular postage stamps issued by the Cape of Good Hope during the period 1853 - 1864

Some of the Cape Triangles are very rare and expensive, depending on grade and condition.

Cape triangles
plural form of Cape triangle
cape gooseberry
The fruit of this plant
cape gooseberry
A tropical South American plant, Physalis peruviana, with a bright yellow, edible fruit
cape teal
a dabbling duck of open wetlands in sub-Saharan Africa
cape teals
plural form of cape teal
cape hunting dog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The African Wild Dog, Lycaon pictus, also known as the African Hunting Dog, Cape Hunting Dog, Painted Dog, or Painted Wolf, is a carnivorous mammal of the Canidae family. The Afrikaans name for the African Wild dog is Wildehond, and in Swahili, Mbwa mwitu. It is the only species in the monotypic genus, Lycaon. They are, as their name indicates, found only in Africa, especially in scrub savanna and other lightly wooded areas
Cape Agulhas
Cape, southernmost point of the African continent. Its name, Portuguese for "needles," refers to the rocks and reefs that have wrecked many ships. The cape's meridian of 20°E is the official boundary between the Indian and Atlantic oceans
Cape Ann
Cape northeast of Boston, Mass. , U.S. Sheltering Ipswich Bay, it includes Annisquam Harbor on the north and Gloucester Harbor on the south. The rocky, picturesque promontory, named for Queen Anne (wife of James I), is noted for its old fishing villages and artists' colonies. Gloucester and Rockport are its main towns
Cape Bojador
Cape, West Africa. It extends into the Atlantic Ocean off Western Sahara south of the Canary Islands. After 1434 the Portuguese began exploiting the region, particularly for slaves. Later the area was disputed by Spain and Portugal; Spain finally gained control in 1860 and annexed it in 1884. After Spain's withdrawal from Western Sahara in 1976, Morocco claimed the cape, garrisoned troops there, and made the area a province
Cape Breton Island
Island, (pop., 2001: 109,330), eastern part of Nova Scotia, Canada. Separated from the mainland by the Strait of Canso, it is 110 mi (175 km) long and up to 75 mi (120 km) wide, with an area of 3,981 sq mi (10,311 sq km). It contains the Bras d'Or salt lakes. Originally called Île Royale as a French colony, it later took the name of its eastern cape, probably the first land visited by John Cabot on his 1497-98 voyage and probably named by Basque fishermen from Cap Breton, France. It was ceded to the British by the 1763 Treaty of Paris and joined to Nova Scotia. In 1784 it became a separate British crown colony, but it was rejoined to Nova Scotia in 1820. In 1955 the island was linked to the mainland by a causeway. Cape Breton Highlands National Park was established in 1936. Tourism is an important industry on the island
Cape Canaveral
a cape in Florida which is famous for the Kennedy Space Center, where US spacecraft are sent into space. Cape Canaveral was formerly called Cape Kennedy. Cape, eastern Florida, U.S. It is the location of NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center and the launch site of U.S. spaceflights, which included the first U.S. manned spaceflight (1961), the first lunar-landing flight (1969), and flights of the space shuttle Challenger, which exploded shortly after liftoff in 1986. After the death of Pres. John F. Kennedy in 1963, it was renamed Cape Kennedy; it reverted to its original name in 1973
Cape Cod
a cape in southern Massachusetts in the US which is a popular place for tourists. Peninsula, eastern Massachusetts, U.S. Some 65 mi (105 km) long and 1-20 mi (2-32 km) wide, it touches Buzzards Bay and extends into the Atlantic Ocean in a wide curve, enclosing Cape Cod Bay. The Cape Cod Canal, cutting across the base of the peninsula, forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Named by an English explorer who visited its shores in 1602 and took aboard a "great store of codfish," Cape Cod was the site, near Provincetown, of the Pilgrims' landing in 1620. Extending into the warm Gulf Stream, it has coastal towns and villages that become densely populated resorts in summer. In the 19th century Provincetown was an active whaling port. The cape's northern hook was designated the Cape Cod National Seashore in 1961
Cape Cod
peninsula located in Massachusetts (USA)
Cape Cod Canal
A waterway, about 28 km (17.5 mi) long, of southeast Massachusetts connecting Buzzards Bay with Cape Cod Bay, the southern part of Massachusetts Bay. The canal was built (1910-1914) to shorten the water route between New York and Boston
Cape Cod cottage
A compact house of one or one-and-a-half stories with a gabled roof and a central chimney
Cape Coloured
Coloured a South African person of mixed race with black, white, or east Asian origins
Cape Coral
A city of southwest Florida on the estuary of the Caloosahatchee River southwest of Fort Myers. It is a popular resort and retirement community. Population: 74,991
Cape Dezhnev
Russian Mys Deshneva Cape, extreme eastern Russia. It is the easternmost point of the Chukchi Peninsula and of the entire Eurasian landmass. It is separated from Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska by the Bering Strait (see Bering Sea)
Cape Fear River
A river rising in central North Carolina and flowing about 325 km (202 mi) southeast to the Atlantic Ocean north of Cape Fear. River, central and southeastern North Carolina, U.S. Formed by the confluence of the Deep and Haw rivers, it flows southeast about 200 mi (320 km) to enter the Atlantic Ocean near Southport at Cape Fear. The southern estuary forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. A series of locks and dams makes the river navigable from Wilmington to Fayetteville
Cape Hatteras
a cape in North Carolina in the US, which is a popular place for tourists. It is also well known as a place where there are bad storms that have destroyed many ships. Long, narrow, curved sandbar forming a promontory on Hatteras Island, N.C., U.S. It extends 70 mi (113 km) along the Outer Banks between the Atlantic Ocean and Pamlico Sound. Much of it is included in Cape Hatteras National Seashore, established in 1937. It is the site of the tallest lighthouse in the U.S., 208 ft (63 m) high; the lighthouse was moved to 1,600 ft (488 m) inland in 2000 after erosion threatened the structure
Cape Henry
Promontory, at the southern entrance to Chesapeake Bay, southeastern Virginia, U.S. Located in Virginia Beach city, it is opposite Cape Charles, to which it is connected by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. It is the site of Cape Henry Memorial, which marks the 1607 landing of the first permanent English settlers in America. The memorial, part of Colonial National Historical Park, includes the Old Lighthouse, the first in the U.S. (1792). The nearby New Lighthouse (1881) has one of the world's most powerful lights, visible offshore for 20 mi (32 km)
Cape Horn
the extreme end of South America, which is famous for its very bad weather and dangerous ocean currents. Southern extremity of South America. Located on Horn Island in the southern Tierra del Fuego archipelago, it projects south into Drake Passage. It was named Hoorn for the birthplace of Dutch navigator Willem Schouten, who rounded it in 1616. Navigation of the rough waters around the cape is hazardous, and the climate is windy and cold year-round
Cape Horn
southernmost tip of South America
Cape Kennedy
space center which is located in Florida (USA)
Cape Kennedy
a former name of Cape Canaveral
Cape Krusenstern National Monument
National preserve, northwestern Alaska, U.S., on the coast of the Chukchi Sea. Established in 1978, it was enlarged in 1980 to 1,031 sq mi (2,670 sq km). Its remarkable archaeological sites illustrate the cultural evolution of the Arctic peoples over some 4,000 years
Cape Morris Jesup
Cape, in the Peary Land region, northern Greenland, on the Arctic Ocean. Situated 440 mi (710 km) from the North Pole, it is the world's most northerly point of land. Robert E. Peary was the first explorer to reach it in 1900; it was named for Morris K. Jesup, a merchant-banker who financed polar expeditions
Cape Nasrani
or Ras Narn Inlet and cape, southeastern coast of the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. The site of an Egyptian military base, it was captured by Israeli forces in the Sinai campaign of 1956 (see Suez Crisis). After the Six-Day War in 1967, Israel again occupied the site before withdrawing from the Sinai Peninsula in the early 1980s. In 1972 a new town, Ophira (now Sharm al-Shaykh), was built there. The region has been developed as a recreational and tourist area
Cape Province
A former province of southern South Africa on the Atlantic and Indian oceans. Originally inhabited by Bantu, San, and Khoikhoin people, the area was settled by the Dutch in 1652 and ceded to Great Britain in 1814. In 1910 it became part of the newly formed Union of South Africa, later (1961) the Republic of South Africa. It was split up into three new provinces, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, and Western Cape, in 1994. a province in the south of South Africa. Its full name is Cape of Good Hope Province, and it was formerly called Cape Colony. or Cape of Good Hope formerly (1826-1910) Cape Colony Former province, South Africa. Occupying the southern extremity of the African continent, it comprised the southern and western portions of South Africa; its capital was Cape Town. The black state of Ciskei and parts of two others, Transkei and Bophuthatswana, lay within its boundaries. Its name refers to the Cape of Good Hope, 30 mi (50 km) south of Cape Town. The original inhabitants included Bantu, San, and Khoekhoe peoples. Bartolomeu Dias, en route to India in 1488, became the first European to visit the area. A colony was founded by the Dutch at Table Bay in 1652; it was ceded to the British in 1814. It joined the Union of South Africa in 1910 and the Republic of South Africa in 1961. The province ceased to exist in 1994, when it was split roughly into Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, and Western Cape provinces
Cape Province
{i} Cape of Good Hope province, former province located in south region of South Africa
Cape Provincial Division
division of the South African High Court
Cape Roca
Promontory in Portugal. The westernmost point of continental Europe, Cape Roca lies on the Atlantic coast northwest of Lisbon. Known to the Romans as Promontorium Magnum, the cape is a narrow granite cliff, 472 ft (144 m) high, forming the western end of the Sintra Mountains
Cape Saint Vincent
v. Cape, Portugal. Located at the southwesternmost point of Portugal, the cape was known to the Greeks and Romans as Promontorium Sacrum ("Sacred Point") because of a shrine there. Pastoralism and fishing are the economic mainstays of the region. Near Sagres, the main settlement, was the town of Vila do Infante, where 1420 Prince Henry the Navigator established a naval observatory and school for navigators. Many naval battles have taken place off the cape
Cape Town
legislative capital of South Africa
Cape Town
a large city in South Africa near the Cape of Good Hope. It is built around Table Mountain, and South Africa's parliament building is there. Afrikaans Kaapstad City (pop., 1996 est., metro. area: 2,415,408), legislative capital, South Africa. Located on Table Bay, it was formerly the capital of Cape Province. Long the country's major seaport, it was surpassed in the 1980s by Durban. The first settlement at Table Bay, it was founded by the Dutch navigator Jan van Riebeeck for the Dutch East India Co., and it soon served as a stopover for ships plying the Europe-to-India route. It was under Dutch rule intermittently until it was taken by the British in 1806. Today it is a commercial and cultural centre. See also Pretoria; Bloemfontein
Cape Trafalgar
the most southwesterly point of Spain. In the sea near the cape, British ships under Nelson won an important sea battle against the French and Spanish in 1805
Cape Verde
{i} Republic of Cape Verde, island country off the coast of Senegal on the western coast of Africa
Cape Verde
a country that consists of a group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Senegal. Population: 405,163 (2001). Capital: Praia. officially Republic of Cape Verde Island republic, central Atlantic Ocean
Cape Verde Islands
country comprised of group of islands located west of Senegal on the western coast of Africa
Cape Verdean
{i} native or resident of Cape Verde
Cape York
Northern point of Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, Australia. Australia's northernmost point, it is about 15 mi (25 km) long and 12 mi (19 km) wide; it juts into the Torres Strait. Cape York was named in 1770 by Capt. James Cook for the duke of York, brother of King George III
Cape York Peninsula
A peninsula of northeast Australia between the Gulf of Carpentaria and the Coral Sea
Cape buffalo
Massive, black, horned buffalo (Syncerus caffer), formerly found throughout sub-Saharan Africa but now greatly reduced in number by disease and hunting. It is a gregarious animal of open or scrub-covered plains and open forests. When wounded, it is regarded as one of the most dangerous animals. It stands up to 5 ft (1.5 m) tall at the shoulder, and bulls can weigh almost a ton (about 900 kg). Its heavy horns typically curve downward, then up and inward. A smaller subspecies is found in dense West African forests
Cape gooseberry
A tropical South American plant (Physalis peruviana) having yellow flowers with purple centers and an inflated calyx enclosing an edible yellow berry used to make jam, sauces, and desserts
Cape of Good Hope
rocky point of land near the southern tip of Africa
Cape of Good Hope
a peninsula (=a piece of land surrounded on three sides by water) at the southwestern end of South Africa, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian Ocean. Rocky promontory, southwestern coast, Western Cape province, South Africa. It was sighted by the Portuguese navigator Bartolemeu Dias in 1488 on his return voyage to Portugal after finding the southern limits of the African continent. Known for the stormy weather and rough seas encountered there, the cape lies at the convergence of warm currents from the Indian Ocean and cool currents from Antarctic waters. A part of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve established in 1939, the cape was the site of the first Dutch settlement at Table Bay in 1652
Cape primrose
Any of various chiefly African plants of the genus Streptocarpus, widely cultivated as houseplants for their attractive foliage and clusters of showy colorful flowers. Also called streptocarpus
cape aloe
much-branched South African plant with reddish prickly succulent leaves
cape ann
a Massachusetts peninsula north of Boston extending into the Atlantic Ocean
cape breton island
an island that forms the northeastern part of Nova Scotia
cape buffalo
large often savage buffalo of southern Africa having upward-curving horns; mostly in game reserves
cape canaveral
a sandy promontory (formerly Cape Kennedy) extending into the Atlantic Ocean from a barrier island off the eastern coast of Florida; the site of a NASA center for spaceflight
cape cod
Any two story home with a front slanting roof, with or without dormer windows
cape cod
a Massachusetts peninsula south of Boston extending into the Atlantic; a popular resort area
cape cod
Cape cods are generally symmetrical plans The front door is in the middle, and they usually have dormers There is not a lot of overhang or ornamentation, and it is typically one or one-and-a-half stories
cape cod bay
the southern part of Massachusetts Bay
cape cod canal
a canal connecting Cape Cod Bay with Buzzards Bay
cape fear
a cape in southeastern North Carolina extending into the Atlantic Ocean
cape fear river
a river in North Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic Ocean at Cape Fear
cape flattery
a cape of northwestern Washington
cape forget-me-not
anchusa of southern Africa having blue flowers with white throats anchusa of southern Africa having blue to red-purple flowers
cape girardeau
a town in southeast Missouri
cape gooseberry
annual of tropical South America having edible purple fruits
cape hatteras
a promontory on Hatteras Island off the Atlantic coast of North Carolina; "frequent storms drive ships to their destruction on Cape Hatteras
cape horn
a rocky headland belonging to Chile at the southernmost tip of South America (south of Tierra del Fuego)
cape jasmine
evergreen shrub widely cultivated for its large fragrant waxlike white flowers and glossy leaves
cape lobster
small lobster of southern Africa
cape marigold
any of several South African plants grown for the profusion of usually yellow daisylike flowers and mounds of aromatic foliage
cape may
a cape of southeast New Jersey extending into the Atlantic Ocean
cape may warbler
North American wood warbler; olive green and yellow striped with black
cape of good hope
a province of western South Africa a point of land in southwestern South Africa (south of Cape Town)
cape primrose
any of various African plants of the genus Streptocarpus widely cultivated especially as houseplants for their showy blue or purple flowers
cape province
a former province of southern South Africa that was settled by the Dutch in 1652 and ceded to Great Britain in 1814; in 1994 it was split into three new provinces of South Africa
cape sable
a promontory on the far southern part of Nova Scotia a cape at the southwest tip of Florida; the southernmost part of the United States mainland
cape town
port city in southwestern South Africa; the seat of the legislative branch of the government of South Africa
cape trafalgar
a small cape in southwestern Spain; "Nelson defeated the French and Spanish fleets off Cape Trafalgar in 1805
cape tulip
spectacular plant having large prostrate leaves barred in reddish-purple and flowers with a clump of long yellow stamens in a coral-red cup of fleshy bracts; South Africa
cape verde
an island country in the Atlantic off the coast of Senegal
cape verde escudo
the basic unit of money on Cape Verde; equal to 100 centavos
cape verde islands
a group of islands in the Atlantic off of the coast of Senegal
cape verde monetary unit
monetary unit on Cape Verde
cape yellowwood
South African tree or shrub having a rounded crown
cape york
the northern tip of Cape York Peninsula at the Torres Strait; the northernmost point of the Australian mainland
cape york peninsula
a peninsula in Queensland in northeastern Australia between the Gulf of Carpenteria and the Coral Sea
caped
Wearing a cape or capes

One of Batman's aliases is The Caped Crusader.

caped
cancelled
A cape
promontorium
East Cape
See Cape Dezhnev
Eastern Cape
{i} province in South Africa
Republic of Cape Verde
{i} Cape Verde, island country off the coast of Senegal on the western coast of Africa
Viscount Milner of St. James's and Cape Town
later Viscount Milner (of St. James's and Cape Town) born March 23, 1854, Giessen, Hesse-Darmstadt died May 13, 1925, Sturry Court, near Canterbury, Kent, Eng. British high commissioner in South Africa (1897-1905). At the crucial Bloemfontein Conference with Pres. Paul Kruger (1899), Milner advocated granting full citizenship to the Uitlanders (British residents in the Transvaal) after five years' residence. Kruger opposed the policy but was prepared to make concessions. Milner was not, claiming that "war has got to come"; Boer forces invaded Natal four months later, marking the beginning of the South African War. Milner later served as secretary for war (1916-19) and colonial secretary (1919-21)
capes
plural of cape
inverness cape
A kind of full sleeveless cape, fitting closely about the neck
protective cape
impermeable cloak worn by soldiers that protects them against chemical weapons
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(Meteoroloji) cape
cape verde
(Bilgisayar) cape verde
cape verde adaları
(Meteoroloji) cape verde islands
cape doktor
(Meteoroloji) cape doctor
cape
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