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Definition of Kibitkas

Kibitkas
Kibitka Ki*bit"ka, n.; pl. Kibitkas. [Russ.] 1. A tent used by the Kirghiz Tartars. 2. A rude kind of Russian vehicle, on wheels or on runners, sometimes covered with cloth or leather, and often used as a movable habitation.
Kibitka
Kibitka Ki*bit"ka, n.; pl. Kibitkas. [Russ.] 1. A tent used by the Kirghiz Tartars. 2. A rude kind of Russian vehicle, on wheels or on runners, sometimes covered with cloth or leather, and often used as a movable habitation.

Meaning of Kibitkas from wikipedia

- A kibitka (Russian: Кибитка) is a yurt or a Russian type of carriage. The kibitka uses the same equipage as the troika but, unlike the troika, is larger...
- 19th century Russian kibitka wagon used for transporting political prisoners...
- Traveler in a Kibitka by Aleksander Orlowski, an 1819 lithograph....
- Jaunting car Kalesa Filipino carriage Karozzin (Maltese horse carriage) Kibitka Landau Limousine Mail coach One-horse carriage One-horse shay Park Drag...
- based on Ahal Teke and Mary Teke dialects. Turkmenistan portal Akhal-Teke Kibitka Turkmens Adrienne Lynn Edgar (5 September 2006). Tribal Nation: The Making...
- had an estimated po****tion of 130,000 persons, living in over 27,700 kibitkas, or felt tents. There were many Buddhist monasteries. Part of the Kalmucks...
- awızı joq. Ol jumırtqa / Ak küymeniń awızı jok. Ol jumırtka "The white kibitka has no mouth (opening). That is the egg." Kökçä ulahım kögende semirir...
- blyadi Where do they live, ****s Two furry ****s No money, long bumblebee Don't you go into a kibitka ****s, ****s, o ****s ****s, ****s, ****s......
- Leaving Kazala on 12 January 1876 with a servant, guide, three camels and a kibitka, Burnaby bribed the servant with 100 Roubles a day to avoid the fortress...
- Turkic khatūn, perhaps from Old Turkic or from Sogdian kwat'yn, "a queen" Kibitka from Russian, of Turkic origin; akin to Kazan Tatar kibit "booth, stall...
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