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herdic

[ hur-dik ]
/ ˈhɜr dɪk /
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noun
a low-hung carriage with two or four wheels, having the entrance at the back and the seats at the sides.
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Origin of herdic

1880–85, Americanism; named after P. Herdic, 19th-century American, the inventor
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herdic
/ (ˈhɜːdɪk) /

noun
US a small horse-drawn carriage with a rear entrance and side seats

Word Origin for herdic

C19: named after P. Herdic, 19th-century American inventor
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