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„Carol“ - proper noun, singular

The word Carol is the 7.259th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 12.260 times within lexicon. A carol is in modern parlance a festive song, generally religious but not necessarily connected with church worship, and often with a dance-like or popular character.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. The hyphenation is Car·ol. These are typical usages of the term in text: "... Avram Noam, Carol, Marvin, and Aviva are all ..."¹ "Carolyn Laurie "Carol" ..."² "... starred in An American Carol."³ Backwards its written loraC. Rhyme words are Farol, Marol und Darol. The MD5 sum is 150c16d9d096e70af3596111d7402397 and the SHA1 checksum is 6f90f101115140727c43cadee0b9e17881403a63. The vanity number 22765 accords this word.

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word name: Carol

part of speech: proper noun, singular

basic form: carol

typical left word neighbours: Christmas Joyce Hurricane Mazda King Nurse wife

typical right word neighbours: Burnett Channing Oates Vorderman Ann Reeds Moseley

Yearly word frequency

The following terms hold a similar prefix:

The following words have an identical suffix:

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