Cicacole, Or Chicacole, a town, fort, and cantonment of British India, presidency of Madras, in an ancient district of the same name, one of the five Northern Circars, 110 m. S. W. of Ganjam and 445 m. N. E. of Madras; pop. about 12,800. The town, situated on the left bank of the Naglaudee, a few miles above its mouth in the bay of Bengal, is a straggling place with narrow crooked streets and houses built of mud. There are several mosques, one of high reputed sanctity, and a number of bazaars of considerable importance. The manufactures are chiefly of common cotton goods and of fine muslins, the latter rivalling those of Dacca in Bengal. The fort, N. of the town, is completely dismantled, its walls and ditch being hardly traceable. It contains the regimental offices. The encampment is about 100 yards S. E. of the fort. At the corner of the parade ground is a small church, and the London missionary society has a school within the town, where English is taught. There are also several native schools.