What Does Carolean Era Mean?

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The Carolean era is the period of reign of King Charles.

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The (new or third) Carolean era is the term used to refer to the period of reign of King Charles III of the UK. For example:
  • How appropriate that a country governed by clowns and ruled by a right Charlie is now in a Carolean era!
  • Given the state of the UK and Charlie's love of old comedians such as Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan, the new Carolean era should be renamed the Goon Show!
The term Carolean comes from Carolus, the Latin version of the name Charles. It was first used to refer to the reign of King Charles II, from 1660 to 1685. The reign of Charles I, from 1625 to 1649, was known as the Caroline era, but is now sometimes also referred to as the first Carolean era.

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meaning of Carolean era

The UK is now ruled by a right Charlie.

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"Period of Reign of King Charles" is, by far, the most common meaning for Carolean Era when it is used in a text. (Bear in mind that it could have another meaning if used in a different context.)
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