caroche

noun
ca·​roche | \ kə-ˈrōch, -ˈrōsh \

Definition of caroche

: a luxurious horse-drawn carriage

First Known Use of caroche

1591, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for caroche

Middle French carroche, from Old Italian carroccio, augmentative of carro car, from Latin carrus

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