carcax
carcax [car-cahx’]
noun
1. Quiver. (m)
2. Ribbon with a case at the end, in which the cross is borne in a procession. (m)
3. A leather case in which a rifle is carried at the saddle-bow. (America) (m)
4. Ornament of the ankle worn by the Moors. (m)
verb
5. AJORCA.
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