Definition of Cariole. Meaning of Cariole. Synonyms of Cariole

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Definition of Cariole

Cariole
Cariole Car"i*ole, n. [F. carriole, dim. fr. L. carrus. See Car, and Carryall.] (a) A small, light, open one-horse carriage. (b) A covered cart. (c) A kind of calash. See Carryall.

Meaning of Cariole from wikipedia

- A cariole (also spelled carriole) was a type of carriage used in the 19th century. It was a light, small, two- or four-wheeled vehicle, open or covered...
- more p****engers. The word is derived by folk etymology from the French cariole. The name carryall was later used for a p****enger automobile having a closed...
- Governor of Red River, Andrew Bulger, driving his family on the frozen Red River in a horse cariole with Fort Garry in the background (1822–23)...
- four-seater carriage drawn by two horses and formerly used in South Africa. Cariole: A light, small, two- or four-wheeled vehicle, open or covered, drawn by...
- Deutsche Bundespost 1952 stamp depicting a Thurn-und-Taxis cariole...
- Berlin Brake Britzka Brougham Buckboard Buggy Cabriolet Calash Cape cart Cariole Carryall Chaise Chariot Chariot Biga Triga Clarence Coach Coupé Croydon...
- from 1699 to 1730) crossed the Dovrefjell mountains in 1704 by cariole. The Norwegian cariole at that time only held one p****enger, and the driver or attendant...
- Awasin's sister, Angeline, set out to the still frozen north by dog sled and cariole and eventually meet up with Peetyuk's people, with whom they stay until...
- a desk, a table, six chairs, and all kitchen furniture, as well as his cariole and horse. Other house-hold furnishings were sold at Huffman's estate sale...
- Andrew Bulger, driving his family on the frozen Red River in a horse cariole with the fort now renamed Fort Garry in the background (winter of 1822-23)...
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