Carline meaning

kär'lĭn
A line of automobiles awaiting access to the same building or similar location.
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A woman, especially an old one.
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A woman, esp. an old woman.
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A hag; witch.
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(chiefly Scotland) A woman; a hag or witch.
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(nautical) A piece of squared timber fitted fore-and-aft between the deck beams of a wooden ship to provide support for the deck planking.
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Alternative form of caroline (an old silver coin of Italy)
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Carline thistle.
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A female given name, a variant of Caroline.
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Origin of carline

  • Middle English kerling from Old Norse from karl man
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Old Norse karling, feminine of karl (“carl”).
    From Wiktionary
  • From French carline.
    From Wiktionary
  • car +‎ line
    From Wiktionary