[ kahr-nee-oh-luh, kahrn-yoh- ]
/ ˌkɑr niˈoʊ lə, kɑrnˈyoʊ- /
a former duchy and crown land of Austria: now part of Slovenia.
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OTHER WORDS FROM CarniolaCar·ni·o·lan, adjective
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How to use Carniola in a sentence
During the summer of 1838 he visited Styria and Carniola, and made extensive botanical collections.
Off in the morning, the party journeyed through the southeastern portion of Carniola, so rich in mountains and minerals.
Hepatic cinnabar is an impure variety from Idria in Carniola, in which the cinnabar is mixed with bituminous and earthy matter.
I am very well pleased with your account of Carniola; those are the kind of objects worthy of your inquiries and knowledge.
British Dictionary definitions for Carniola
a region of N Slovenia: a former duchy and crownland of Austria (1335–1919); divided between Yugoslavia and Italy in 1919; part of Yugoslavia (1947–92)German name: Krain (krain) Slovene name: Kranj
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