Carniola


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Car·ni·o·la

 (kär′nē-ō′lə, kärn-yō′-)
A mountainous region of central and western Slovenia. The earliest inhabitants, a Celtic people, were displaced by the Romans, who in turn were overrun by Slovenes in the sixth century ad.

Car′ni·o′lan adj. & n.

Carniola

(ˌkɑːnɪˈəʊlə)
n
(Placename) a region of N Slovenia: a former duchy and crownland of Austria (1335–1919); divided between Yugoslavia and Italy in 1919; part of Yugoslavia (1947–92). German name: Krain Slovene name: Kranj

Car•ni•o•la

(ˌkɑr niˈoʊ lə, kɑrnˈyoʊ-)

n.
a former duchy and crown land of Austria: now in NW Yugoslavia.
Car`ni•o′lan, adj.
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