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Caroline

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adjective Car·o·line \ˈka-rə-ˌlīn, -lən\

Definition of Caroline

  1. :  of or relating to Charles —used especially with reference to Charles I and Charles II of England



Variants of caroline

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Carolean

play \ˌka-rə-ˈlē-ən\

Origin and Etymology of caroline

New Latin carolinus, from Medieval Latin Carolus Charles


First Known Use: 1652


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