Origin of baroucheGerman barutsche from Italian baroccio altered from biroccio from Medieval Latin an unverified form birotium, two-wheeled cart from Late Latin birotus, two-wheeled from Classical Latin bi-, bi- + rota, wheel: see roll
a four-wheeled carriage with a collapsible hood, two double seats facing each other, and a box seat in front for the driver
A four-wheeled carriage with a collapsible top, two double seats inside facing each other, and a box seat outside in front for the driver.
Origin of baroucheGerman Barutsche from Italian biroccio from Vulgar Latin birotium from Late Latin birotus two-wheeled Latin bi- bi- ; see dwo- in Indo-European roots.Latin rota wheel ; see ret- in Indo-European roots.
- (vehicles) Four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage with collapsible half-hood, two double seats facing each other, and an outside seat for the driver.