cariole

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Borrowed from French carriole.

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Noun[edit]

cariole (plural carioles)

  1. A small, light, open one-horse carriage.
  2. A covered cart.
  3. A kind of calash.
  4. (Canada, historical) A sleigh drawn by horses, with seats for a driver and possibly passengers.
  5. (Canada, historical) A toboggan drawn by dogs, with a passenger or cargo compartment enclosed by skins or fabric, and a small platform at the rear.

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cariole f (plural carioles)

  1. buggy