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This name derives from the Cornish “carenz” (present participle), meaning “loving”. The Cornish word for love “car” (Breton: karantez) in turn derives from the Latin “cārĭtās”, meaning “affection, love, esteem and benevolence”, from “cārus”, meaning “loved one, dear, beloved”. Other English words are derived from the same root as a caress or charity used by the Puritans as a virtue name. In fact, large parts of the Cornish language bear much closer relation, than English, to others descended from Latin (notably Spanish and Italian) because it retained links with Roman Europe, after the departure of the Romans, for much longer than other parts of Britain.

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