or rick·sha, rik·i·sha, rik·shaw
Origin of rickshaw
Related Words for rickshawwagon, truck, buggy, dray, gig, dolly, barrow, pushcart, handcart, tumbrel, palanquin, wheelbarrow, gurney, curricle, tilbury, two-wheeler
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Contemporary Examples of rickshaw
The guidebooks tell one story of Delhi: the beautiful Mughal gardens and the city snapped from a rickshaw.Delhi in Crisis: How Corruption Rotted a Great Capital
May 14, 2014
They will be coming to the big cities, looking for jobs that won't be created if India expands at a rickshaw rate of growth.India Slowing Down?
June 2, 2012
Historical Examples of rickshaw
Half a minute brought us within fifty yards of the 'rickshaw.
Lastly, the 'rickshaw came, and I got her away—partly by force.
Foh-Kyung did not speak until he put Dong-Yung in the rickshaw.
No Siamese pulls a rickshaw, though he frequently rides in one.
The Chinese are the beasts of burden as far as the Bangkok rickshaw is concerned.
Word Origin for rickshaw
1887, shortened form of jinrikisha, popularized by Kipling, from Japanese jin "a man" + riki "power" + sha "carriage."