fiacre

noun
fi·acre | \fē-ˈäkrᵊ \
plural fiacres\same, or -ˈäk-rəz \

Definition of fiacre 

: a small hackney coach

First Known Use of fiacre

1698, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for fiacre

French, from the Hotel St. Fiacre, Paris

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