1670s, in reference to the mountain range of Eastern Europe, from Thracian Greek Karpates oros, literally "Rocky Mountain;" related to Albanian karpe "rock."
The Jewish communities north of the carpathian mountains had been founded within the old Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth.
The Russians began retreating from the northern carpathian front.
That line is stretched from the east to the west along the northern slope of the carpathian region.
The seedlings grown from the light-colored nuts show about the same degree of hardiness as the carpathian plants.
According to other writers, Belo-Chrobatia was the name of the country on both sides of the carpathian chain.
Farther to the east the carpathian chain encloses the great plain of Hungary, attaining an elevation of 8000 or 8500 feet.
In Ontario until the present time the curculio has not attacked carpathian walnuts.
On the plains of Silesia, north of the carpathian mountains we first began to be intensely interested in the cherry question.
These carpathian walnuts have endured several winters at Toronto and Montreal and so far have not shown any winter injury.
It was natural that he, Boris, with the body of a carpathian bear, should have a soul to match.