Word Origin and History for carpathian
1670s, in reference to the mountain range of Eastern Europe, from Thracian Greek Karpates oros, literally "Rocky Mountain;" related to Albanian karpe "rock."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for carpathian
The Jewish communities north of the Carpathian mountains had been founded within the old Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth.David's Bookclub: The Jews in Poland and Russia
September 26, 2012
The Russians began retreating from the northern Carpathian front.
The latter sea is confluent on the west with the Libyan and Carpathian seas.
It may be inferred that the hills he climbed were the Carpathian mountains.Four Years in France
Henry Digby Beste
It was natural that he, Boris, with the body of a Carpathian bear, should have a soul to match.The Drums Of Jeopardy
That line is stretched from the east to the west along the northern slope of the Carpathian region.Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting
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