Crossword clues for carn
interj. 1 (context Australia informal English) come on. 2 (context Australia informal English) An exclamation of support or approval, usually for a sporting (especially football) team.
Carn is the official magazine of the Celtic League. The name, a Celtic word which has been borrowed into English as ' cairn', was chosen for its symbolic value and because it can be found in each of the living Celtic languages. The subtitle is: 'A Link Between the Celtic Nations'.
Carn is a magazine produced by the Celtic League.
Carn may also refer to:
- Carn, Conry, a townland in Conry civil parish, barony of Rathconrath, County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
- Carn, County Fermanagh, a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
- Carn, County Londonderry, a townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
- Carn, Foyran, a townland in Foyran civil parish, barony of Fore, County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
- Carn (Magheraculmoney), a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
- Carn, Mayne, a townland in Mayne civil parish, barony of Fore, County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
- CKFG-FM, a radio station in Toronto, Ontario, Canada branded as "Caribbean African Radio Network", or CARN
- Carn: the name for a granite outcrop on the top of hills in (mostly) west Cornwall; in east Cornwall and on Dartmoor the granite outcrops are known as Tors
Usage examples of "carn".
Carn Carby left, and Ender mentally added him to his private list of people who also qualified as human beings.
Some commanders responded to defeat by becoming submissive -- Carn Carby, for instance, now praised Ender behind his back and studied his battles to try to learn how to win, never realizing that you had to study Ender's training, not his battles, to understand his victories.
I came to you because I knew that you had a fair-minded commander in Carn Carby, and I believed that his army would have the same attitude.
There was a lull as Ender and his opponent, Carn Carby, assessed their positions.
Ender looked for Carn Carby in the crowd, and found him not too far away.
Carn Carby is in Australia where they may or may not have a military but nobody cares.
Thanks to two lifetimes of hard work and sacrifice by his parents, Claude had gone to university, lie had obtained a degree in management, and when he returned to the logging camp where his parents still slaved away over their tele-operated cutting machines and microwave cookers, he wore a business suit and carned a portable computer rather than a chain saw.