Araba

A·ra'ba noun [ Written also aroba and arba .] [ Arabic or Turk. 'arabah : confer Russian arba .] A wagon or cart, usually heavy and without springs, and often covered. [ Oriental] « The araba of the Turks has its sides of latticework to admit the air&#x...
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Araba

• (n.) A wagon or cart, usually heavy and without springs, and often covered.
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Araba

(from the article `Hatra`) Hatra was probably founded in the 3rd or 2nd century , under the Seleucid kingdom. It rose to prominence as the capital of Araba, a small ...
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Araba

[carriage] An araba (from Arabic: عربة, araba or araba ) (also arba or aroba) is a carriage (such as a cabriolet or coach), wagon or cart drawn by horses or oxen, used in Turkey and neighboring Middle Eastern countries. It is usually heavy and without springs, and often covered. In modern Turkish, the word araba is used for an automobil...
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araba

wheeled Middle Eastern carriage
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