Kibitka

A kibitka (Кибитка) can refer to a yurt or a Russian type of carriage. The kibitka wagon uses the same equipage as the troika. Compared to the troika a kibitka is larger, and usually closed. During the Russian Empire it was used to deport disgraced noblemen which led to the term `Kibitkenjustiz` (engl: Kibitkenjustice). ...
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Kibitka

• (n.) A tent used by the Kirghiz Tartars. • (n.) A rude kind of Russian vehicle, on wheels or on runners, sometimes covered with cloth or leather, and often used as a movable habitation.
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Kibitka

Ki·bit'ka noun ; plural Kibitkas [ Russian ] 1. A tent used by the Kirghiz Tartars. 2. A rude kind of Russian vehicle, on wheels or on runners, sometimes covered with cloth or leather, and often used as a movable habitation.
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Kibitka

The kibitka was a Russian horse-drawn vehicle of various sizes, made completely covered, entirely open or with a hood behind. It was a wheeled vehicle, but during snowy weather was mounted on a single pair of long runners and to prevent upsetting was provided with a guard-frame extending some 40 cm each side of the vehicle.
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