Origin of calash
Examples from the Web for calash
The greater number of those who came a-horseback were gone, and there had also departed both berlins, the calash, and two chaises.Audrey|Mary Johnston
Afansy Lkitch, in particular, was thoroughly daunted by the sight of Lutchnoff's calash, but his fear very speedily vanished.The Diary of a Superfluous Man and Other Stories|Ivn Turgnieff
"I have an excellent calash, your excellency, a real Viennese calash," said Tchertokoutski.Taras Bulba and Other Tales|Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
Calash, ka-lash′, n. a light low-wheeled carriage with a folding top: a silk and whalebone hood worn by ladies to shade the face.
And the gray gown and the calash which the youth had worn were found inside the passage.The Story of Old Fort Loudon|Charles Egbert Craddock