North-carolina meaning

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A state of the southeast United States bordering on the Atlantic Ocean. One of the original Thirteen Colonies, it was settled by colonists from Virginia in the mid-1600s, was part of the province of Carolina until 1691, and became a separate British colony in 1711. North Carolina ratified the United States Constitution in 1789. It seceded in May 1861 and was readmitted to the Union in 1868. The state has long been a center of tobacco growing and processing. Raleigh is the capital and Charlotte the largest city.
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State of the SE U.S.: one of the 13 original states; 48,711 sq mi (126,161 sq km); cap. Raleigh.
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A state of the United States of America situated on the east coast of the North American mainland north of South Carolina and south of Virginia. Capital: Raleigh.
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Origin of north-carolina

  • From Latin Carolus, Latin form of King Charles I of England.

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