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Carlovingian

Carlovingian

adjective Car·lo·vin·gian \ˌkär-lə-ˈvin-j(ē-)ən\

Definition of CARLOVINGIAN

Origin of CARLOVINGIAN

French carlovingien, from Medieval Latin Carlus Charles + French -ovingien (as in mérovingien Merovingian)
First Known Use: 1781

Rhymes with CARLOVINGIAN

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