noun, plural car·o·lus·es, car·o·li [kar-uh-lahy] /ˈkær əˌlaɪ/.
Origin of carolus
Examples from the Web for carolus
Historical Examples of carolus
You are the one to go to New York; you'd make Carolus look to his laurels.The Tyranny of the Dark
They say that thou wilt give me back the seven hundred carolus.
It was not I that took the seven hundred carolus, it was Hilbert.
A new edition was published by Carolus Manitius (Leipzig, 1894).
At the age of two his master started teaching Carolus mathematics.The Brain