Carolina definition by Webster's New World
English colony (1663-1729) including what is now N.C., S.C., Ga., and N Fla.
Origin: Modern Latin feminine of Carolus ; from Midieval Latin Charles
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city in NE Puerto Rico, near San Juan: pop. 186,000
Origin: after Doña Carolina Andino, donor of the town site
Carolina definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An English colony of southeast North America, first settled in 1653 and divided into North Carolina and South Carolina in 1729.
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A city of northeast Puerto Rico east-southeast of San Juan. It is a processing center with a textile industry. Population: 188,000.
carolina - Phrases/Idioms
North Carolina and South Carolina