Associations to the word «Carolina»
CAROLINA, proper noun. A female given name, Latinate form of Caroline; rare in English.
CAROLINA, proper noun. Either North Carolina or South Carolina.
CAROLINA, proper noun. A town in Alabama.
CAROLINA, proper noun. A municipality in Maranhão, Brazil.
CAROLINA, proper noun. A municipality in Puerto Rico.
CAROLINA, proper noun. A town in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
CAROLINA DOG, noun. A type of dog, thought to have reached America before Europeans did, which has a fawn, black, white, or piebald coat and which naturally roams the cypress swamps of the Carolinas, but which may be domesticated.
CAROLINA DOGS, noun. Plural of Carolina dog
CAROLINA PARAKEET, noun. A parrot, formerly native to large parts of the United States, but now extinct, Conuropsis carolinensis
CAROLINA PARAKEETS, noun. Plural of Carolina parakeet
CAROLINA PINK, noun. Pinkroot
CAROLINA PINKS, noun. Plural of Carolina pink
CAROLINA RIG, noun. (fishing) A fishing rig resembling the Texas rig, but with the weight fixed above the hook, instead of sliding down to it.
CAROLINA RIGS, noun. Plural of Carolina rig
CAROLINA STYLE, proper noun. (US) A North Carolinan style of serving hot dogs and hamburgers, involving chili, slaw, onions, and sometimes mustard.
CAROLINA WREN, noun. A common species of wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) found throughout the eastern United States and nearby areas. It is the state bird of South Carolina.
CAROLINA WRENS, noun. Plural of Carolina wren
CAROLINA, noun. The area of the states of North Carolina and South Carolina.
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