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Who is Carita?

Carita a.k.a. Carita Järvinen, is a Finnish-born retired fashion model. She has also acted in three films with the stage name Carita.


  1. Carita is a fictional character from the 2005 film FC Venus.
  2. Carita is a fictional character from the 1926 film Tin Gods.


"Carita" is a book by Margaret Oliphant.

  • also known as "Carità", Carità

Phrases with Carita

  1. Arethaea carita
  2. Homoneura Carita
  3. Lispocephala Carita
  4. Carinosquilla Carita
  5. species Arethaea carita
  6. Species Homoneura Carita
  7. Species Carinosquilla Carita

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Carita

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Google previewLonely Planet Indonesia (2016)

by Lonely Planet, Loren Bell, Stuart Butler, Trent Holden, Anna Kaminski, Hugh McNaughtan, Adam Skolnick, Iain Stewart, Ryan Ver Berkmoes

%0253 Close enough to the industrial blitz of Ciregon to be at least slightly disconcerting, Carita is a different world, with rising jade hills clumped with palms and laced with green rivers. The sandy beach crashes with one small surf break, Karang Bolong, and the area is popular with weekenders from Jakarta. But unless you're headed to Krakatau, visible on the horizon from most of the resorts, or the Ujung Kulon National Park, it's not worth your time.

Google previewRemarks made in travels through France & Italy, with many publick inscriptions. Lately taken by a Person of Quality (1705)

by France, William BROMLEY (Speaker of the House of Commons.)

- La Carita is a pretty neat Church, and the Monastery has 3o Franciscan Fathers. The Monastery of the Servites has a fair Cloister with fifty Fathers.

Google previewUnder One Sky (2013)

by Philip Milano Jr.

Carita is a small beach town with extremely hospitable people who prefer to relax near the water by bonfires; singing and playing guitar. Few tourists make it this far west, as most head eastward toward Bali from Jakarta. As a result, travelers are received warmly here, and most especially by tour guides. A walk along the beach can admittedly become frustrating however, as literally five to seven people trail behind the few visiting tourists, all persistently attempting to sell anything from ...

Google previewCosta Rica 2007 (2006)

by Margaret Kelly

This small hotel tucked off the road to La Carita is a simple and relaxed place to unwind. There are six buildings, most divided into two units, arranged around the pool and gardens. The white-walled rooms are simple, but it's a quiet place to sleep. Calling ahead for directions is a ...

Google previewA History of Indian Literature (1996)

by Moriz Winternitz, V. Srinivasa Sarma

The Buddha- Carita is an ornate poem (Kavya) which the poetry of Valmiki has certainly served as model.1 On the other hand we find in a spurious piece of the Ramayana one scene2 which is most prob- ably an imitation of a scene of the Buddha-Carita. Now as Asvaghosa is a contemporary of Kaniska, we may infer that in the beginning of the 2nd century a.d. if not earlier3 the Ramayana was already considered as a model epic, that it was however not completed to such an extent ...

Google previewDescriptive List[s] of Novels and Tales ...: British novels. 1891 (1891)

by William Maccrillis Griswold

— " Carita is an excellent ...

Google previewDescriptive Lists of American, International, Romantic and British Novels (1891)

— " Carita is an excellent 350 DRITIbII NOVELS.

Google previewBuddhist Dictionary (2004)

Manual of Buddhist Terms and Doctrines by Nyanatiloka Thera

Source note: carita, rāga-°, dosa-°, buddhi-", etc., are only to be met with in the Com. and Vism. cāritta-sila and vāritta-sila: “morality consisting in performance and morality consisting in avoidance,” means “the performance of those moral rules which the Blessed one has ordained to be followed, and the avoidance of those things that the Blessed One has rejected as not to be followed” (Vism. III). catu-dhātu-Vavatthāna 43 cetasika Source note: these terms are only found in the Com., ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of North-East India (2007)

by Col Ved Prakash

This version is from two contemporary texts: Guru Carita and Sankar Carita. 22. ASI, Vol. XV. The evolution from an organised society to a politically organised 144 Encyclopaedia of North-East lndia.

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Musical Terms (1884)

To which is Prefixed an Introduction to the Elements of Music by Frederick Niecks

Carita (It.). Charity, affection. — Con carita, with tenderness. Carmagnole (Fr.). A famous French revolutionary song. It came into vogue in 1792, and derives its name from the Piedmontese town Carmagnola. Carol. A song of exultation or mirth. The custom of singing Christmas carols is of very ancient origin. Carola (It.). A round (dance) accompanied with singing. Cartelles (Fr.). Large leaves of hide or cloth prepared, varnished, and provided with musical staves, on which notes could ...

Google previewElson's Pocket Music Dictionary (1909)

The Important Terms Used in Music with Pronunciation and Concise Definition, Together with the Elements of Notation and a Biographical List of Over Five Hundred Noted Names in Music by Louis Charles Elson

Carita (It.) (ka-re-ta.) Tenderness, feeling. Carita, con. (It.) (ka-re-ta, k6n.) With tenderness. Carol. 1. A song. 2. A song of joy and exultation; a song of devotion. 3. Old ballads sung at Christmas and Easter. Cassa (It.) (fcas-sa.) A large drum. Cdssa grande (It.) (fcas-sa gron-d6.) The bass drum in military music. Castanets. Clappers used to accompany dancing; foimed of small concave 29 MUSIC DICTIONARY.

Google previewW. W.'s Dictionary of nearly 4000 Musical terms. ... Also a List of Musical [Abbreviations and] characters (1850)

CARITA, con Carita (Italian). With tenderness. CAROL. An Easter or Christmas ballad. It originated in Italy, and was called Carola. CAROLA (Italian). A Carol. CASTAGNETS. The old style of orthography of this instrument. * CASTANETS. They are of Spanish origin, and shell formed, turned in ivory, ebony, &c., and used in accompanying the dances of Spain. CATCENA DI TRILLI (Italian). A succession of rapid shakes, upon close or contiguous intervals. CATCH. A vocal composition ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Religions (2008)

by John G. R. Forlong

carita). A.

Google previewAdams' New Musical Dictionary (1865)

Of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases, Abbreviations, Initials, and Signs, Employed in Musical and Rhythmical Art and Science, in Nearly Fifty Ancient and Modern Languages

Carita. (Ita.) Tenderness. Carita, Con. (Ita.) With tenderness. Carmen. (Lat.) A song; a verse; a book of verses.

Google previewPali-English Dictionary (1993)

by Thomas William Rhys Davids, William Stede

" carati to perform the begging-round Sn 414; or with caritan : duccaritarj c. to lead a bad life Sn 665 (see carita). Also with ace. of similar meaning, as esanarj c. to beg Th 1, 123; ...

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