Carr (in some editions "car") is an Anglicized form of the term χάῤῥα (v. r. κάῤῥα), occurring only in 1 Esdr. 5:55, as the name of something given to the Phoenicians for furnishing cedar to rebuild the Temple. Bretschneider (Spicileg. p. 270) thinks we should read χάραγμα, i.e. money; perhaps, however, the word is simply a corruption for κέρμα, coin (see Fritzsche, Handb. in loc.).