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CāRUS > CARA

This name derives from the Imperial Latin “cārus”, meaning “darling, beloved, dear, loved one”, used in the past as an adjective to mean something precious, important. Cara also means "friend" in Irish, and the alternative spelling of Kara, is from the Cornish word, meaning “love”. In Turkey the word Kara means "dark", which may or may not be related to the Gaelic "Ciara" of the same meaning, linked to the Latin "cărĭnus" (the color of walnut).

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