carling
Noun

carling (plural carlings)

  1. (nautical) A piece of squared timber fitted fore-and-aft between the deck beams of a wooden ship to provide support for the deck planking.
  2. Alternative form of carlin old woman
Noun

carling (plural carlings)

  1. A cultivar of field pea or maple pea, dried, soaked, boiled, then fried.
Synonyms
Carling
Proper noun
  1. Surname



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