MEANING: verb intr.: 1. To make a shrill sound as if of a cat in heat or of cats quarreling.
2. To quarrel noisily.
noun: 1. The cry of a cat in heat.
2. A shrill sound, such as a shriek or a loud cry.

ETYMOLOGY: From Middle English caterwawlen, from cater (tomcat or cat) + wawlen (to howl). Earliest documented use: 1386.

CATERWALL - when the side of the house is covered with gypsy moth larvae

CATE, RAUL - Señor Cate's full name

CATER WAFL - what you'll get if you're careless about arranging for brunch