or rick·sha, rik·i·sha, rik·shaw
- rickey, branch,
- rickover, hyman george,
Origin of rickshaw
Examples from the Web for 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|William O’Connor|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.
A rickshaw will ordinarily hold two; you may often see four or five in one.The Kingdom of the Yellow Robe|Ernest Young
Mrs. Ericson adjusted her polaroid glasses and waved her rickshaw boy into his harness, where his thighs tensed for the long haul.The Mating of the Moons|Kenneth O'Hara
There was not a rickshaw to be seen; they were all waiting for revellers outside the Town Hall.Poppy|Cynthia Stockley
He used a rickshaw of necessity, and had never overcome his distaste for them.The Shadow of the East|E. M. Hull
While following the tracks of the rickshaw, I noticed fresh tracks of two horses coming towards me, followed by a big dog.The Story of Baden-Powell|Harold Begbie
Word Origin for rickshaw
1887, shortened form of jinrikisha, popularized by Kipling, from Japanese jin "a man" + riki "power" + sha "carriage."