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Charlata : In Chile, tablite or slat with which the openings of the wood are filled in doors, windows, flooring or boards.
Charmides : Athemian philosopher, disciple of Socrates.
Caifa : Species of pectoral food from the East.
Caipón : Very burly tree of the island of Santo Domingo.
Caipascora : Malabar climbing zucchini. Also caipascora.
Cairiris : Ancient wild tribe of the great group of Guarani.
Cailaa : Olympus or abode of the Indian gods.
Cailcedra : Meliaceous plant whose bark is febrifuga and tonic.
Caimoni : Second order tree proper to the island of Santo Domingo.
Caf : Fabulous mountain that the Mohammedans assume surrounded by the balloon.
Caetes : Former tribe of Brazil, in the province of Ceará . Also Caetés or Kaeté.
Cafareo : Formerly, very deep gulf.
Cafarnaúm : Ancient city of Palestine belonging to the tribe of Nephtali, near the lake of Genezaret and not far from Jordan.
Cagavino : In Argentina seafish that is bred in Mar de Plata, Montevideo and mouth of the River of La Plata.
Caguarita : In Cuba, very small shell that is located on the beaches.
Cagayanes : Malaysian race from the Philippines .
Cafife : In Argentina, special box where the baratero places the money he takes from cheap in a gambling house.
Caguairan : In Cuba name of a resinous, indigenous tree. They will also caguairán .
Caguajasa : In the eastern part of Cuba, passionate, climbing plant.
Carlanco : Small, bluish stilt bird, which lives in Spain in the wild.