noun, plural car·ro·ma·tas [kar-uh-mah-tuh z; Spanish kahr-raw-mah-tahs] /ˌkær əˈmɑ təz; Spanish ˌkɑr rɔˈmɑ tɑs/.
Origin of carromata
Examples from the Web for carromata
The carromata wheels were iron-tired, and jolted—well, like Manila street carromatas of that day.
He went downstairs, jumped into a carromata that was just rattling out of the court, and drove to the Intendencia.Caybigan|James Hopper
Since then a modification of the carromata and of another vehicle called calesin has been evolved.
He did not enter its doors, but remained sitting in the carromata till she joined him.
The country cart is built something like the carromata and will accommodate four people.The Critic in the Orient|George Hamlin Fitch