Carolin to Carriage

(Car"o*lin) n. [L. Carolus Charles.] A former gold coin of Germany worth nearly five dollars; also, a gold coin of Sweden worth nearly five dollars.

Carolina pink
(Car`o*li"na pink`) (Bot.) See Pinkboot.

(Car"o*line) n. A coin. See Carline.

(Car"ol*ing) n. A song of joy or devotion; a singing, as of carols. Coleridge.

Such heavenly notes and carolings.

(Car`o*lin"i*an) n. A native or inhabitant of north or South Carolina.

(Car`o*lit"ic) a. (Arch.) Adorned with sculptured leaves and branches.

(Car"o*lus) n.; pl. E. Caroluses L. Caroli [L., Charles.] An English gold coin of the value of twenty or twenty-three shillings. It was first struck in the reign of Charles I.

Told down the crowns and Caroluses.

(Car"om) n. [Prob. corrupted fr. F. carumboler to carom, carambolage a carom, carambole the red ball in billiards.] (Billiards) A shot in which the ball struck with the cue comes in contact with two or more balls on the table; a hitting of two or more balls with the player's ball. In England it is called cannon.

(Car"om), v. i. (Billiards) To make a carom.

(Car"o*mel) n. See Caramel.

(Car`o*teel") n. (Com.) A tierce or cask for dried fruits, etc., usually about 700 lbs. Simmonds.

(Ca*rot"ic) a. [Gr. stupefying. See Carotid.]

1. Of or pertaining to stupor; as, a carotic state.

2. (Anat.) Carotid; as, the carotic arteries.

(Ca*rot"id) n. [Gr. pl., from heavy sleep: cf. F. carotide. The early Greeks believed that these arteries in some way caused drowsiness.] (Anat.) One of the two main arteries of the neck, by which blood is conveyed from the aorta to the head. [See Illust. of Aorta.]

(Ca*rot"id Ca*rot"id*al) a. (Anat.) Pertaining to, or near, the carotids or one of them; as, the carotid gland.

(Ca*ro"tin) n. (Chem.) A red crystallizable tasteless substance, extracted from the carrot.

(Ca*rous"al) n. [See Carouse, but also cf. F. carrousel tilt.] A jovial feast or festival; a drunken revel; a carouse.

The swains were preparing for a carousal.

Syn. — Banquet; revel; orgie; carouse. See Feast.

(Ca*rouse") n. [F. carrousse, earlier carous, fr. G. garaus finishing stroke, the entire emptying of the cup in drinking a health; gar entirely + aus out. See Yare, and Out.]

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