caravel

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From Middle French caravelle, from Portuguese caravela.

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Wikipedia caravel (plural caravels)

Portuguese caravel
  1. (nautical) A light, usually lateen-rigged sailing ship used by the Portuguese, as well as Spanish, for about 300 years, beginning in the fifteenth century, first for trade and later for voyages of exploration

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Noun[edit]

caravel m (plural caraveis)

  1. carnation (flower)

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