Barouche: a large, open, four-wheeled carriage, both heavy and luxurious, drawn by two horses. It was fashionable throughout the 19th century. Its body provides seats for four passengers, two back-seat passengers vis-à-vis two behind the coachman’s high box-seat. A leather roof can be raised to give back-seat passengers some protection from the weather.

Source: English

Plural: Baruxijiet


landau: a coachbuilding term for a type of four-wheeled, convertible carriage.[It was a city carriage of luxury type. The low shell of the landau provides maximal visibility of the occupants and their clothing, a feature that makes a landau still a popular choice for the Lord Mayors of certain cities in the United Kingdom on ceremonial occasions.

Source: Italian / English – From German

Plural: Landojiet