Related formsCa·rin·thi·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for carinthia
Suspicions were not of the brood Carinthia's bosom harboured.
Meanwhile Styria and Carinthia Austria created an archduchy.
Shots of a desire to question and comment sped through Carinthia's veins and hurt her.
Carinthia and her babe reached Esslemont, no matter what impediments.
Carinthia warmly agreed with him, but begged him be sure his uncle divided the profits equally.