|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) A sudden violent gust of wind often attended with rain or snow.
2. (v. i.) To cry out; to scream or cry violently, as a woman frightened, or a child in anger or distress; as, the infant squalled.
3. (n.) A loud scream; a harsh cry.
Squall (2 Occurrences)
Mark 4:37 But a heavy squall came on, and the waves were now dashing into the boat, so that it was fast filling. (WEY NIV)
Luke 8:23 During the passage He fell asleep, and there came down a squall of wind on the Lake, so that the boat began to fill and they were in deadly peril. (WEY DBY NIV)