What is 'Caramanica' when translated from Italian to English?

"Free man's rock" is one English equivalent of the Italian name Caramanica.

Specifically, the word functions as a proper noun. Specialists have no common ground of agreement regarding the name's etymology. For example, some opine that the name derives from one of modern Turkey's ancient Anatolian place names (Caramania in this case). Others posit quite persuasively that the name combines the word cara ("rock") with the Lombard-originating word karaman ("free man"), which becomes arimanno in regional Italian.

Whatever the meaning or origin, the pronunciation will be "KA-ra-ma-NEE-ka" in Italian.