- charpak, georges,
- charpentier, gustave,
- charrière scale
Origin of charpoy
Examples from the Web for charpoy
He said he had seen a man take a charpoy—a bedstead—balance it on one leg on the tip of his tongue, and then dance!
Dick attended man after man with his assistants till they came to the last, who was lying on a charpoy with his face averted.Draw Swords!|George Manville Fenn
He started up on the charpoy, every nerve tense as stretched wire.The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories|Ethel M. Dell
They pulled out a charpoy from one of the tents for me to sit on, and tea was brought—why, I dont know.
He pulled a charpoy to the door, and sat down upon it, as much outside as within.In Clive's Command|Herbert Strang