- carranza, venustiano,
- carrara marble,
- carrel, alexis,
Origin of carrel
Examples from the Web for carrel
From a small bag he was carrying Carrel produced a roll of papyrus.Masques & Phases|Robert Ross
There was considerable difficulty about the terms of capitulation, and one council of war condemned Carrel to death.
Carrel would devote at least fifteen minutes to him, and invited him often to his own private studio.
The Gloucester cloister and the carrel recesses shown in this woodcut date from the latter part of the fourteenth century.Illuminated Manuscripts in Classical and Mediaeval Times|J. Henry Middleton
She used to sit at Carrel's, and during the pose she would sing.
Word Origin for carrel
1590s, "study in a cloister," from Medieval Latin carula "small study in a cloister," of unknown origin; perhaps from Latin corolla "little crown, garland," used in various senses of "ring" (e.g. of Stonehenge: "þis Bretons renged about þe feld, þe karole of þe stones beheld," 1330); extended to precincts and spaces enclosed by rails, etc. Specific sense of "private cubicle in a library" is from 1919.