fiacre

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Etymology[edit]

From French fiacre. From Hotel Saint-Fiacre, named after the Irish saint Fiacre.

Noun[edit]

fiacre (plural fiacres)

  1. (historical) A small carriage for hire.
    • 1942, Rebecca West, Black Lamb and Grey Falcon (Canongate 2006, p. 633)
      The boy who might have fetched us a fiacre was now doing something else, so we had to go back to the station, and there we found only one, which was falling to pieces.

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Noun[edit]

fiacre m (plural fiacres)

  1. fiacre (small carriage for hire)