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CAR, CAER, CHAR, in names of places, is sometimes the Celtic Caer, a town or city, as in Caermarthen.

CAR, noun

1. A small vehicle moved on wheels, usually drawn by one horse.

2. In poetical language, any vehicle of dignity or splendor; a chariot of war, or of triumph.

3. The constellation called Charless wain or the bear.