Landau meaning

lăndô, -dou
A four-wheeled carriage with front and back passenger seats that face each other and a roof in two sections that can be lowered or detached.
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A style of automobile with a similar roof.
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A four-wheeled covered carriage with the top in two sections, either of which can be lowered independently.
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A former style of automobile with a top whose back could be folded down.
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(person) 1908-68; Soviet theoretical physicist.
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A type of lightweight, four-wheeled carriage in which the front and back passenger seats face each other.
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A style of automobile which is based around the idea of landau carriages.
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Origin of landau

  • After Landau , a city of southwest Germany

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Named after the German city of Landau where such carriages were first made.

    From Wiktionary