cary-

combining form
variants: or caryo-
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of cary-

— see kary-

Cary

biographical name \ ˈker-ē \

Definition of Cary

(Arthur) Joyce (Lunel) 1888–1957 British novelist

Cary

biographical name

Definition of Cary

Henry Francis 1772–1844 English clergyman and translator

Cary

geographical name \ ˈka-rē , ˈker-ē \

Definition of Cary

city west of Raleigh in east central North Carolina population 135,234

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