from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Caucasus.
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- proper n. Caucasus
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a large mountainous region between the Black and Caspian seas.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large region between the Black and Caspian seas that contains the Caucasus Mountains; oil is its major resource
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Caucasia is a rather brillaint neologism EK I will use it and opretend I thought of it.
(* Caucasia is my word for the globally dominant white culture of European origin established over a mere 500 years.) 7: 57 AM
Ethnologists tell us there are two hundred in Caucasia alone, and additional divergent races in other parts of Russia.
"Caucasia" is chiefly Birdie's story, and her struggles to fit in anywhere, to pass as anything, are vivid.
Blind quote from "senior District government official": "It's no secret that the Mayor's base of support is in the Upper Northwest or Upper 'Caucasia' portion of D.C. ...
Ms. Senna is the author of "Caucasia" 1998, a novel about the ambiguity of racial identity.
As someone who has lived in DC for 25 years in all kinds of neighborhoods — Capitol Hill, U Street (back when it was scary), Adams Morgan, and now Upper Caucasia (Ward 3), I think the best thing the city could do is eliminate the ANCs.
Women suicide-bombers from Caucasia are suspected.
Effectively the resources are unrealisitically distributed at the moment during this transitional period when 'Caucasia'* seems to be about to be usurped by Asia.
The Ottomans took the offensive and drove deep into Russian Caucasia in the Fall of 1918.