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  • proper noun The Papua New Guinean language which has the ISO code 'leu', formerly called Lemakot.
  • proper noun The language presumed to have been spoken by the Gaya confederacy in southern Korea, thought by some scholars to be attested from thirteen placenames.
  • proper noun The Omotic language which has the ISO code 'kxh' and which is also sometimes called "Karo".
  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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From Korean 加耶 (伽倻). The Middle Chinese pronunciation is thought to have been closer to Kaya, but IPA: /kaɾa/ (Kara) is thought to have been the oldest pronunciation.

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Variant of Cara.

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