[kahr-lohs, -luh s; Spanish kahr-laws]
- Don [don; Spanish dawn] /dɒn; Spanish dɔn/, Carlos Maria Isidro de Borbón, 1788–1855, pretender to the Spanish throne.
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for carlos
And only until the case can be passed on to an East St. Louis detective, Carlos Coleman.The Disappearing Cops of East St. Louis
November 26, 2014
She has since been transferred to the quarantine unit at Carlos III.
She is said to have worked at Carlos III for 15 years, and reportedly is married with no children.
Daniel, Karla and Carlos could now go back to their house and resume their lives, for at least another year.
Their first and only child, Carlos, was born in Tucson a year after they arrived.
Not that it was necessary, for Charmion and Carlos knew what was in his mind.
"Carlos Inverness and party," announced the guard from the doorway.The Death-Traps of FX-31
Sewell Peaslee Wright
Carlos and his son Ferdinand were engaged in an unseemly quarrel.A Short History of Spain
Mary Platt Parmele
"To me it looks as if we should drown," Carlos said at one point, very quietly.
He showed a glimmer of light down the ladder—Carlos and Castro descended.
- Don. full name Carlos María Isidro de Borbón. 1788–1855, second son of Charles IV: pretender to the Spanish throne and leader of the Carlists.
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Word Origin and History for carlos
Spanish form of the Germanic masculine proper name that is represented in English by Charles.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper