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Karo

Karo may refer to:

Contents

  • Ethnicities 1
    • Languages 1.1
  • Places 2
  • Persons 3
  • Businesses 4
  • Other 5

Ethnicities

Languages

Places

Persons

Karo, a common Armenian first name, shortened version of Karapet (Eastern Armenian) / Garabed (Western Armenian). For Western Armenian variant of Karo, namely Garo, refer to Garo#Persons
  • Aaron Karo (b. 1979), American author and comedian
  • Henry Arnold Karo (1903–1986), vice admiral in the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
  • Joseph ben Ephraim Karo (1488–1575), also known as Yosef Karo, Spanish-born rabbi and author of the Shulchan Aruch
  • Karo Parisyan (b. 1982), American mixed martial arts fighter

Businesses

Other

  • Karō, samurai officials and advisers of feudal Japan
  • Karo-kari (honor killings against men is Karo)
  • Karo (syrup), liquid sweetener made from corn
  • KARO formalism, "Knowledge, Actions, Results and Opportunities"
  • Karo (tree), small tree or shrub native to New Zealand, aka Pittosporum crassifolium
  • United States v. Karo, 468 U.S. 705 (1984), a Supreme Court decision related to the Fourth Amendment's protections against unreasonable search and seizure
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