Definition of Caracul

1. Noun. Hardy coarse-haired sheep of central Asia; lambs are valued for their soft curly black fur.

Exact synonyms: Broadtail, Karakul
Generic synonyms: Domestic Sheep, Ovis Aries



Definition of Caracul

1. n. Var. of Karakul, a kind of fur.

Definition of Caracul

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of karakul) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Caracul

1. karakul [n -S] - See also: karakul

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caracul

caracol
caracole
caracoled
caracoler
caracolers
caracoles
caracoling
caracolite
caracolito
caracolled
caracolling
caracols
caracoly
caract
caracts
caracul (current term)
caraculs
carafe
carafes
caragana
caraganas
carageen
carageens
caramba
carambola
carambola tree
carambolas
caramel
caramel apple
caramel apples

Literary usage of Caracul

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1. Ossian and the Clyde: Fingal in Ireland. Oscar in Iceland, Or Ossian by Peter Hately Waddell (1875)
"Or finally, as Clerk ingeniously suggests, caracul, although translated by MacPherson "fierce eyed," might as well be translated " short tunic," and might ..."

2. The Roman wall: An Historical, Topographical, and Description of the Barrier by John Collingwood Bruce (1853)
"The King of shields is fallen! and caracul prevails. " COMALA. ... caracul has fled from our arms along the fields of his pride." After the death of Severus ..."

3. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1899)
"That the caracul of Ossian is the Caracalla of the Roman History, is, perhaps, the only point of British antiquity in which Mr. Macpherson and Mr. Whitaker ..."

4. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1904)
"It should be — " caracul and his people have fled from my arms : they have fled over the field of the height."* Mistakes like the above can only be ..."

5. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1898)
"... in which the son of "the King of the World," caracul, fled from his arms along the fields of his pride.i3 Something of a doubtful mist still hangs over ..."

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