Related formsCar·ni·o·lan, adjective
Examples from the Web for carniola
One has also been figured by Dr. Šmid as having been found in Carniola, though its discovery is not described in the text.The Bronze Age and the Celtic World|Harold Peake
The Slavic settlements in Carniola took place at a very early period, certainly not later than the fifth century.Historical View of the Languages and Literature of the Slavic Nations|Therese Albertine Louise von Jacob Robinson
A fusible, inflammable substance, found associated with the native cinnabar of the mines of Idria, in Carniola.
A native of Carniola, not long discovered, and quite new to English gardens.
Off in the morning, the party journeyed through the southeastern portion of Carniola, so rich in mountains and minerals.Our Little Austrian Cousin|Florence E. Mendel