a commune in SW Morbihan, in NW France, SE of Lorient: megalithic monuments. 3681.
- Car·na·cian [kahr-ney-shuhn], /kɑrˈneɪ ʃən/, adjective
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How to use Carnac in a sentence
In one of his most famous sketches, Johnny Carson channeled his psychic abilities as “Carnac the Magnificent.”Johnny Carson’s Greatest Moments From Carnac to a Python Grapple | Brittany Jones-Cooper | May 7, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Raoul, whose flail had made even De Carnac give way, turned to follow, but Richard was on him.
The great axe was swinging over his head; and as it poised, first De Carnac, then Nasr, then the rest by tens cleared the wall.
The great mace of Sebastian had dashed the sword aside, and De Carnac smote the man-at-arms so that he toppled with a dull cry.
On the continent of Europe, the most extensive series is that of Carnac in Brittany.The Student's Mythology | Catherine Ann White
Four days later the émigrés landed at Carnac, among the early monuments of the Celtic race.Lectures on the French Revolution | John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
British Dictionary definitions for Carnac
a village in NW France: noted for its many megalithic monuments, including alignments of stone menhirs
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