noun ca·roche \kə-ˈrōch, -ˈrōsh\

Definition of CAROCHE

:  a luxurious horse-drawn carriage

Origin of CAROCHE

Middle French carroche, from Old Italian carroccio, augmentative of carro car, from Latin carrus
First Known Use: 1591


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