Carie



a female given name, form of Caroline.
Historical Examples

I think we ought to be friends because you found Carie; don’t you, Bess?
The Story of the Big Front Door Mary Finley Leonard

Carie’s was already there and she herself safe in dreamland.
The Story of the Big Front Door Mary Finley Leonard

Nay, ye shall have them to Carie forth their dead, and to accompanie the corps full decently, as in a solemne funerall.
Notes and Queries, Number 226, February 25, 1854 Various

She had a house full of company, and Carie was sick besides.
The Story of the Big Front Door Mary Finley Leonard

But when he sawe the charettes which Ioseph had sent to Carie him/ then his sprites reviued.
The First Boke of Moses called Genesis William Tyndale

Carie was good as could be, and we had tea out of the little cups.
The Story of the Big Front Door Mary Finley Leonard

Carl claimed the credit of having discovered her, and Carie always referred to her as “My Dora.”
The Story of the Big Front Door Mary Finley Leonard

For that which they could not Carie with them, they consumed with fire, burning vp their innes and sleaing their hoasts.
Holinshed Chronicles, Volume I, Complete Raphaell Holinshed

Meanwhile Carie talked busily to herself, gesticulating with one small forefinger.
The Story of the Big Front Door Mary Finley Leonard

Such as are kept also for burden, will Carie foure hundred weight commonlie, without anie hurt or hinderance.
Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine Raphaell Holinshed

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