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  2. Károly - Wikipedia

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    Károly is a very common Hungarian male given name.It is also sometimes found as a Hungarian surname.The origin of this name is the Turkic Karul, which means hawk.Nowadays Károly is considered the equivalent of English Karl or Charles (because the Latin Carolus is very close to Károly).

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    From today's featured article Early 20th-century map of Barren Island Barren Island is a former island on the southeast shore of Brooklyn in New York City. Located on Jamaica Bay, it was occupied by the Lenape Native Americans prior to the arrival of Dutch settlers in the 17th century. Its name is a corruption of Beeren Eylandt, the Dutch-language term for "Bears' Island". From the 1850s to ...

  5. Turai - Wikipedia

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    Turai. Ku karanta a wani harshe: Bin sawu. Gyara. Turai (da Turanci, Europe) nahiyar ne.

  6. Karoly - definition of Karoly by The Free Dictionary

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    Karoly synonyms, Karoly pronunciation, Karoly translation, English dictionary definition of Karoly. 1600-1649. King of England, Scotland, and Ireland . His power struggles with Parliament resulted in the English Civil War in which Charles was defeated.

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    Indo-European languages

    1. – Croatian Etymological Dictionary 2. – An Online Etymological Dictionary of the English language compiled by Douglas Harper 3. – Ancient Greek Etymological Dictionary by H. Frisk 4. – An Etymological Dictionary of the Hittite Inherited Lexicon by Alwin Kloekhorst 5. – Indo-European Etymological Dictionary by S. A. Starostin et al. 6. – Gaelic Etymological Dictionary by A. MacBain 7. – Gothic Etymological Dictionary by Andras Rajki 8. – Nepali Etymological Dictionary by R. L. Turner 9. – R...

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    1. – Afroasiatic Etymological Dictionary by S. A. Starostin et al. 2. – Arabic Etymological Dictionary by ِAlphaya, LTD 3. – Arabic Etymological Dictionary by Andras Rajki 4. – Hebrew Etymological Dictionary by Isaac Fried

    Altaic languages

    1. – Altaic Etymological Dictionary by S. A. Starostin et al. 2. – Chuvash Etymological Dictionary by M. R. Fedotov 3. – Gagauz Etymological Dictionary 4. – Mongolian Etymological Dictionary 5. – Turkish Etymological Dictionary by Sevan Nişanyan"Sözlerin Soyağacı – Çağdaş Türkçe'nin Etimolojik Sözlüğü" (Third ed. Adam Y. Istanbul 2007)

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  9. What is 'Turai' vegetable called in English? - Quora

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    Turai has many names & varieties - Sponge Gourd, Ridge Gourd, Snake Gourd, Turai, Tori, Turaiya, Gilki, Chikni, Galka, Dodka, Shiral etc. But it was popularly known by the name(s) Sponge Gourd, Ridge Gourd, Snake Gourd in English as all 3 of them ...

  10. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the name Karoly is Monday, January 26th, 1874. How unique is the name Karoly? From 1880 to 2019 less than 5 people per year have been born with the first name Karoly. Hoorah! You are a unique individual. Weird things about the name Karoly: The name spelled backwards is Ylorak.

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