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1. Caroline.
2. Of or relating to Charlemagne and his times.
3. Of or relating to Carolina or the Carolinas.
A native or inhabitant of Carolina or the Carolinas.


adj, n
(Historical Terms) a variant of Caroline, Carolingian


(Placename) of or relating to North or South Carolina
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of North or South Carolina


(ˌkær əˈlɪn i ən)

1. of or pertaining to North Carolina or South Carolina.
2. a native or inhabitant of North Carolina or of South Carolina.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Carolinian - a native or resident of the Carolinas
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
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He has organized the main body of his text in seventeen chronological chapters devoted to the trading relationships between native groups and white South Carolinians in the time before the conflict, profiles of various South Carolinian social groups and the groups of natives in the area, the events that led up to the war, the various conflicts themselves, and many other related topics.
Monaghan, a Fayetteville native and lifelong North Carolinian, received the award on 1 October 2015 at a celebration in Raleigh.
Judges commented: "Great care was taken to maintain the many local Carolinian trees.
Captain's Rest, Glasgow, October 31 Living in relative isolation in the North Carolinian wilderness has obviously helped shape Bowerbirds' brand of folk.
Jonathan Byrd is a native North Carolinian who grew up singing in the Southern Baptist church.
Mercantini (history, Canisius College) finds the roots of South Carolinian rebellion against British authority during the American Revolution in the evolution of the political culture of the colony's elite.
Jim DeMint, a South Carolinian who thinks gays shouldn't be allowed to teach in public schools, and Sen.
It limps along, headed by South Carolinian Roberta Combs and serving more or less as an employment agency for her family.
On Loyalist Day, 19 June 2005, following a strawberry social, Doris Wilson, Honorary Vice President of the Grand River Branch, planted a Sweet Gum tree, requested by the church board, to replace the aged Carolinian trees in the cemetery.
An additional 27% learned of the service through the advertisement in the local student paper, The East Carolinian.
Craig Messervy's gaze falls tar beyond the South Carolinian.