kar/ker - habitation round, fort

English Cornish Type Parish Elements Link
Caerhays (general & original manor site) Karyhes Historic Site St Michael Caerhays ?Obscure (Further research required)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Calloose Karloos Settlement Gwinear-Gwithian loos (grey)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Cardinham Kardhinan Settlement Cardinham dinan (place of/little fort)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Cargease Kergoos Settlement Ludgvan kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
koos (woodland)
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Carlannick Karlenek Settlement Philleigh ?Obscure (Further research required)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Carminowe Karvenow Settlement Mawgan-in-Meneage -ow (plural suffix)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
men (stone)
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Carsawsen Karsowson Settlement Mylor sowson (Englishmen)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Carvannel Karvanadhel Settlement Lanner banadhel (broom (plant), besom)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Carvear Karveur Settlement St Blaise kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
meur (great)
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Carvinack Karwynnek Settlement Mylor Gwynnek
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Carvossa Karfosow Settlement Ludgvan -ow (plural suffix)
fos (wall)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Carwin Karwynn Settlement Hayle gwynn (white, fair, blessed)
kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
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Carzise Karseys Settlement Crowan kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
seys (englishman)
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Higher Carvinack Farm Karveynek Settlement Kenwyn kar/ker (habitation round, fort)
meynek (stony, abounding in stones)
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