- car.ling[k'a:liŋ] n Naut carlinga.
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Carling — bezeichnet eine französische Gemeinde, siehe Carling (Moselle) eine ehemalige Brauerei und jetzige Biermarke der Molson Coors Brewing Company, siehe Carling (Biermarke) Carling ist der Familienname von: Finn Carling (1925–2004), norwegischer… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Carling™ — [Carling] noun [U] a British make of ↑lager, a type of pale light ↑beer. A series of amusing advertisements for Carling Black Label appeared in the 1980s and 1990s. They showed a man doing something very unusual or surprising, usually requiring… … Useful english dictionary
carling — [kär′liŋ] n. [Fr carlingue < ON kerling, lit., old woman: see CARLINE] any of the short, wooden or metal pieces running fore and aft beneath the deck of a ship to provide additional support, as under masts, winches, etc … English World dictionary
Carling — Infobox Brewery name = Carling caption = Carling. location = owner = flagicon|USAflagicon|CanadaMolson Coors Brewing Company opened = 1840 production = active beers = seasonal beers = other beers = Carling is the name of a brand of lager in… … Wikipedia
Carling — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Carling (homonymie). 49° 10′ 02″ N 6° 43′ 00″ E … Wikipédia en Français
Carling — This famous surname is of pre 7th century Germanic origins. It is a form of the personal name Carl or Karl, to which at various times has been added suffix such as ing meaning people of, or son for son of, or man, the friend or servant of. The… … Surnames reference
Carling — Original name in latin Carling Name in other language Carling State code FR Continent/City Europe/Paris longitude 49.16761 latitude 6.71596 altitude 241 Population 3858 Date 2012 01 18 … Cities with a population over 1000 database
Carling — Carline Car line, Carling Car ling . [Cf. F. carlingur, Sp. Pg., & It. carlinga.] (Naut.) A short timber running lengthwise of a ship, from one transverse desk beam to another; also, one of the cross timbers that strengthen a hath; usually in pl … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
carling — /kahr ling/, n. Naut. a short fore and aft beam running beside a hatchway, mast hole, or other deck opening. [1350 1400; ME < F carlingue < Scand; cf. Icel kerling keelson, lit., old woman; see CARLINE] * * * … Universalium
carling — noun A piece of squared timber fitted fore and aft between the deck beams of a wooden ship to provide support for the deck planking … Wiktionary
carling — n. wooden beam that runs fore and aft and supports the deck of a ship … English contemporary dictionary