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Carmel

[ kahr-muhl, kahr-mel for 1, 4; kahr-muhl for 2; kahr-mel for 3 ]
/ ˈkɑr məl, kɑrˈmɛl for 1, 4; ˈkɑr məl for 2; kɑrˈmɛl for 3 /
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noun

Mount Carmel, a mountain range in northwestern Israel, near the Mediterranean coast. Highest point, 1,818 feet (554 meters). 14 miles (23 kilometers) long.
a town in central Indiana.
Also called Car·mel-by-the-Sea [kahr-mel-bahy-thuh-see]. /kɑrˈmɛlˌbaɪ ðəˈsi/. a town in western California, on the Pacific Ocean: artists' colony and resort.
a female given name.

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Origin of Carmel

From Latin Carmel, Carmēlus, from Greek Kármēlos, from Hebrew karmel “garden, orchard”
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British Dictionary definitions for Carmel

Carmel
/ (ˈkɑːməl) /

noun

Mount Carmel a mountain ridge in NW Israel, extending from the Samarian Hills to the Mediterranean. Highest point: about 540 m (1800 ft)
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