[ kar-uh-van-er ]
/ ˈkær əˌvæn ər /
Which Words Did English Take From Other Languages?English—is one of the most incredible, flavorfully-complex melting pots of linguistic ingredients from other countries. These linguistic ingredients are called loanwords that have been borrowed and incorporated into English. The loanwords are oftentimes so common now, the foreign flavor has been completely lost.
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Examples from the Web for caravaneer
Caravaneer′, the leader of a caravan; Caravan′sary, Caravan′sera, a kind of unfurnished inn where caravans stop.
The caravaneer looks down with indifference upon the dense curiosity of the smaller towns; the larger cities he wisely avoids.Tomaso's Fortune and Other Stories|Henry Seton Merriman