⌂ a light, four-wheeled pleasure carriage of the late 19th and early 20th cent., usually drawn by two horses and typically having two seats and a flat top
Origin of surrey; from Surrey (cart), a light pleasure cart first built in Surrey, England
(Henry Howard) 1517?-47; Eng. poet & courtier: executed for treason
- county in SE England: 647 sq mi (1,676 sq km)
Origin of Surreyafter the county in England city in SW British Columbia, Canada, near Vancouver
A historical region of southeast England. Dominated by Mercia and Wessex in Anglo-Saxon times, it was overrun by the Danes in the ninth century.
A four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage having two or four seats.
Origin of surreyShort for Surrey cart, after Surrey, a county of southeast England.
- (historical) A light American horse-drawn carriage seating two or four people.
An adaptation of the Surrey cart, originally made in the county of Surrey.