Carin



a female given name.
Historical Examples

“Sure, I’ve been Carin’ for wan of me sick children,” she replied.
Toaster’s Handbook Peggy Edmund and Harold W. Williams, compilers

But I liked the way you fired ’em out of there, not Carin’ a tinker’s darn who was behind ’em.
The Rise of Roscoe Paine Joseph C. Lincoln

They’re no’ Carin’ a button whaur Liz is,’ said Teen calmly.
The Guinea Stamp Annie S. Swan

From the Carin to the Forum was not very far; hence they arrived soon.
Quo Vadis Henryk Sienkiewicz

It wus the same old Cicely, I see, not Carin’ for herself, but Carin’ only for them she loved.
Sweet Cicely Josiah Allen’s Wife: Marietta Holley

Im not Carin what I said about Catrin Griffiths or about any one else.
Through Welsh Doorways Jeannette Augustus Marks

Fact is, most o’ the family don’t know jest where I’m at; and say, between us, I ain’t a Carin’ about tellin’ ’em.
At Whispering Pine Lodge Lawrence J. Leslie

This was the street mentioned by Dionysius as leading into the Carin.
Rambles in Rome S. Russell Forbes

Carin lvissim, transvers semicylindric; parte superiori liber prominente, intern aut plan aut crist centrali instruct.
A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia (Volume 2 of 2) Charles Darwin

There aint no one to care but me, and I cant say Im a hurtin myself any a Carin!
Langford of the Three Bars Kate Boyles

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  • Carinate

    Zoology, Botany. formed with a carina; keellike. Historical Examples If it was that of the carinate birds, how did the struthious birds and Dinosauria independently agree to differ? On the Genesis of Species St. George Mivart Calyx 5-parted, fleshy, enclosing the fruit (utricle) and often carinate or crested. The Manual of the Botany of the […]

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    Zoology, Botany. formed with a carina; keellike. Historical Examples They have a carinated beak, pretty strongly curved, and a forked tail. Reptiles and Birds Louis Figuier A shell characterized by a keel or keels is said to be carinated. A Conchological Manual George Brettingham Sowerby The carina is thick, measured from the inner convex to […]



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