noun \ˈkär(-ə)l\

Definition of CARL

:  a man of the common people
chiefly dialect :  churl, boor

Variants of CARL

carl or carle \ˈkär(-ə)l\

Origin of CARL

Middle English, from Old English -carl, from Old Norse karl man, carl — more at churl
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with CARL


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