verb (cues, cueing or cuing, cued)[with object]
mid 16th century: of unknown origin
Cueing is usually spelled with an e, although cuing is also correct.
Do not confuse cue with queue. Cue means 'a signal for action' (the announcement was a cue for the crowd to gather) or 'a long wooden rod', whereas queue means 'a line of people or vehicles' (I joined the end of the queue).