- (in Russia) a covered sledge or wagon
- a felt tent used among the Tatars of central Asia
- a Tatar family
C18: Russian, from Tatar kibits
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Examples from the Web for kibitka
Nowhere could he discover a trace of human habitation, of tent or kibitka.Some Heroes of Travel
W. H. Davenport Adams
The yourt, or tent of these nomades, resembles the kibitka of the Kalmks.The Desert World
With this idea we committed ourselves to rest in the kibitka.The Siberian Overland Route from Peking to Petersburg,
The kibitka stopped, and the driver smilingly looked at the young girl.
Well, why should not you and your sister mount in the kibitka?