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Now updated for CSW15. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.


airbag a safety device in a car comprising an inflatable airbag.
alcolock a breath-alcohol safety device fitted to the ignition of some cars.
ambulance a vehicle for conveying sick people.
ambulette a motor vehicle for transporting ill or handicapped people.
amtrac a military vehicle equipped to move on land and water.
amtrack a military vehicle equipped to move on land and water.
amtrak a military vehicle equipped to move on land and water.
angledozer a bulldozer whose blade may be angled or tilted to left or right.
anticar opposed to cars.
antilock pertaining to a certain auto braking system.
antiroll intended to prevent rolling.
antishock designed to prevent shock; (noun) a device designed to prevent shock.
aquaplane to skim across water.
araba (Arabic) a heavy screened wagon used by Tatars and others.
arba (Arabic) a heavy screened wagon used by Tatars and others.
aroba (Arabic) a heavy screened wagon used by Tatars and others.
artic (Short for) an articulated lorry.
arvee (Short for) recreational vehicle (RV).
auto (Short for) automobile; (verb) to travel by car.
autobody the shell of a motor vehicle.
autobus a bus, a large passenger road vehicle running on a fixed route.
autocade (Fr.) a motorcade.
autocar a motor car.
autocycle a motorcycle.
autoguide a system whereby information on traffic conditions is collected by roadside sensors and relayed to drivers via receivers in their vehicles.
automobile a usually four-wheeled automotive vehicle designed for passenger transportation; (verb) to travel by automobile.
automobility the use of automobiles as the major means of transportation.
automotive self-propelling; relating to automobiles.
autorickshaw a light, three-wheeled vehicle powered by a motorcycle engine, used in India, etc.
autovac a vacuum mechanism in a car for raising petrol to a higher tank so that it may flow by gravity into the carburettor.
axletree a bar, used as a primitive wheel axle for animal-drawn vehicle.
backband the band which passes over the back of a horse and holds up the shafts of a carriage.
backie (Sl.) a ride on the back of someone else's bicycle.
backpedal to pedal backwards.
bakkie (S. Afr.) in S. Africa, a small open truck.
bandbrake a brake or clutch in the form of a flexible band.
bandwagon a large wagon used by a band in a parade etc.
barouche a four-wheeled hooded carriage.
barrow a type of cart.
battlebus a campaign bus in an election.
berlin (Ger.) a four-wheeled covered carriage.
berline (Ger.) a four-wheeled covered carriage.
bicycle a two-wheeled vehicle; (verb) to go by bicycle.
biga (Lat.) a two-horse chariot.
biker one that bikes.
blokart a land vehicle with a sail.
bloodmobile a vehicle used to carry blood.
blowby a leakage of exhaust gases.
blowkart a land vehicle with a sail.
bodyshell a vehicle's bodywork.
bodyside the side of a body of an automobile or vehicle.
boneshaker a car or bicycle with inadequate suspension.
bookmobile (US) a truck that serves as a travelling library.
bowser (Tradename) a light tanker used for refuelling aircraft.
brakeless without brakes.
brancard (Fr.) a horse-litter.
britschka (Polish) an open four-wheeled carriage with a folding top.
britska (Polish) an open four-wheeled carriage with a folding top.
britzka (Polish) an open four-wheeled carriage with a folding top.
britzska (Polish) an open four-wheeled carriage with a folding top.
brougham a one-horse closed carriage.
buckboard a light horse-drawn vehicle consisting of a flexible board on four wheels, with a two-person seat.
buggy a horse-drawn vehicle (adj.) of software, full of bugs
bullbars bars on the front of a vehicle.
bulldozer a powerful, heavy tractor with a vertical blade at the front, used for levelling and clearing land.
bus a road vehicle for transporting a considerable number of passengers; (verb) to travel or transport by bus.
cab (Short for) a taxicab; (verb) to travel by taxi.
cabotage (Fr.) shipping and sailing between points in the same country.
cabover a truck or lorry with the cab over the engine.
cabrio a kind of two-wheeled carriage.
cabriolet (Fr.) a kind of two-wheeled carriage.
cabstand a place where taxis wait.
cacolet (Fr.) a military mule litter.
caffila (Arabic) a caravan, caravan-train.
cafila (Arabic) a caravan, caravan-train.
calash (Fr.) a light low-wheeled carriage with folding top.
caleche (Fr.) a light low-wheeled carriage with folding top.
calesa (Fr.) a light low-wheeled carriage with folding top.
calfdozer a small bulldozer.
camion (Fr.) a flat, low, four-wheeled truck or dray.
car a self-propelled wheeled vehicle.
caravan a covered van; a house on wheels; (verb) to go by caravan.
caravaneer the leader of a caravan.
caravaner one who travels by caravan.
caravanette a small caravan.
caravanner one who travels by caravan.
carborne travelling by car.
cariole (Fr.) a small open carriage.
carless without a car.
caroach a stately carriage used on ceremonial occasions.
caroch a stately carriage used on ceremonial occasions.
caroche (Fr.) a stately carriage used on ceremonial occasions.
carpool a pool of cars kept by a company; (verb) to form a pool of cars.
carpooler one who shares a car with others.
carpooling the sharing of cars.
carriage a wheeled, horse-drawn vehicle.
carriole (Fr.) a small open carriage.
carroch a stately carriage used on ceremonial occasions.
carryall a light four-wheeled one-horse carriage.
cart a two- or four-wheeled vehicle without springs; (verb) to convey in a cart.
cartable that can be transported by cart.
cartage the act of carrying in a cart.
cartop able to fit on top of a car. No -S.
cartopper something suitable for carrying on the top of a car eg a fishing craft.
casspir in S. Africa, an armoured military vehicle.
chainwheel a toothed wheel, as on a bicycle, which meshes with a chain.
chaise (Fr.) a light open carriage for one or two people.
chaiseless without a chaise.
charabanc (Fr.) a sightseeing motor couch.
charet (Spenser) a chariot.
chariot a horse-drawn, two-wheeled vehicle; (verb, arch.) to carry or go by chariot.
chorrie (S. Afr.) a dilapidated old car.
clarence a four-wheeled carriage.
coachbuilt of a vehicle body, built to individula specifications by coachbuilders.
coachline a decorative line along the body of a motor vehicle.
coachwork vehicle bodywork.
coch (Spenser) a coach.
codrive to take turns driving a vehicle.
convertible that can be converted (noun) a car with a folding top
convertibly (Adv.) CONVERTIBLE, that can be converted.
conveyer something or someone that conveys.
conveyor something or someone that conveys.
coupe (Fr.) a four-wheeled closed horse-drawn carriage.
cowcatcher a device on the front of a train for clearing obstacles off the track.
crashpad padding inside a motor vehicle to protect the occupants in case of accident.
crog (Dial.) to ride a bicycle as a passenger.
croggy a ride on a bicycle as a passenger.
curricle a two-wheeled open carriage.
cyclecar a type of motor vehicle.
cyclepath a special route for cyclists.
cyclist one who rides a bicycle.
cyclo a trishaw.
debus to unload from or get out of a bus.
dennet a light type of gig.
desobligeante a carriage for one passenger.
dhooly (Hindi) a litter or palanquin.
diesel an oil used as a a fuel; (verb) to continue running after the engine has been turned off.
diligence a French or continental stagecoach.
dilly excellent, delightful (noun) a pleasing thing
disselboom (Afrikaans) the single shaft of an ox-wagon or other cart.
dogcart a light two-wheeled carriage with seats back-to-back.
doolee (Hindi) a litter or palanquin.
doolie (Hindi) a litter or palanquin.
dooly (Hindi) a litter or palanquin.
doubletree the bar, or crosspiece, of a carriage, to which the singletrees are attached.
downforce an aerodynamically caused downward force in a car, which improves its roadholding.
downshift to change gear down.
dragline an excavating machine moving on articulated tracks.
dray a low heavy cart used for haulage; (verb) to transport by this.
drayage a charge for transport by dray.
drophead a convertible car.
droptop a convertible automobile.
droshky (Russian) a low, four-wheeled, open carriage used in Russia.
drosky (Russian) a low, four-wheeled, open carriage, used in Russia.
duallie a pickup truck with double rear wheels.
dumpcart a cart for rubbish.
dumptruck a lorry with a tipping container.
dunger (NZ) an old decrepit car.
dustcart a cart used for collecting rubbish.
econobox an economical car.
ekka (Hindi) a small one-horse carriage.
embus to put esp troops on a bus.
ennog (Dial.) a back alley.
escadrille (Fr.) a squadron of aircraft; a flotilla.
fastback a car whose roof slopes smoothly down towards the rear.
felloe the outer edge of a wheel, the rim of a tire.
felly the outer edge of a wheel, the rim of a tire.
fiacre (Fr.) a small hackney carriage.
fil (Shakesp.) the shaft of a vehicle.
firereel a fire engine.
firetruck a fire engine.
flagger a person who carries a flag before a traction-engine to warn of its approach.
flatbed a lorry with a flat sideless platform for its body.
flivver a small, cheap, usually old automobile.
floorpan the bottom part of the interior of a motor vehicle.
flyover a road or railway line carried over the top of another one at an intersection.
footpost a post or other messenger that travels on foot.
forecar a small car carrying a passenger in front of a motorcycle.
forecarriage the front part of a carriage, with an arrangement for independent movement of the fore-wheels.
forklift a truck with a pronged device for lifting and carrying heavy items; (verb) to lift with a forklift.
fourgon (Fr.) a baggage-wagon.
freewheel to coast without the use of gears.
freewheelingly (Adv.) FREEWHEELING, without the use of gears.
futchel a piece of timber lengthwise in a carriage, supporting the splinter bar and the pole.
gambo (Welsh) a simple farm cart or hay-wagon.
gharri (Hindi) in India, a wheeled vehicle for hire.
gharry (Hindi) in India, a wheeled vehicle for hire.
gladstone a four-wheeled pleasure carriage with two inside seats, calash top, and seats for driver and footman.
gridlock a traffic jam; (verb) of traffic, to get into an unmoving jam.
gritter a vehicle for spreading grit.
gurney a wheeled stretcher or cart used in a hospital etc.
hackery an Indian cart with wooden wheels, drawn by bullocks.
hackney a four-wheeled two-horse carriage; (verb) to make trite.
halftrack a vehicle with caterpillar tracks and wheels.
handcart a cart for transporting small loads, pushed by hand.
hansom a light two-wheeled cab.
hardstand a hard surface on which cars, aircraft etc. may stand.
hardstanding a hard surface on which cars, aircraft etc. may stand.
hardtail a motorcycle or bicycle with no suspension at the rear.
hardtop a rigid roof on a motor car.
hatchback a car with a certain type of liftable back.
haulier a person or firm employed in transporting goods, esp by road.
hayride a pleasure ride in a hay wagon.
hearse a vehicle for conveying corpses (verb) to transport in a hearse
hearsy like a hearse.
herdic a low-hung carriage with a back entrance.
horsecar a streetcar drawn by horses.
hotrod a motorcar converted for speed by stripping off inessentials.
humvee (Tradename) a high mobility multipurpose military wheeled vehicle.
jaloppy an old motorcar or aeroplane.
jalopy an old motorcar or aeroplane.
jampan (Bengali) an Indian sedan chair.
jampanee (Bengali) an Indian sedan chair bearer.
jampani (Bengali) an Indian sedan chair bearer.
janker a long pole on wheels for transporting logs.
jeep (Tradename) a small four-wheel drive vehicle; (verb) to travel by jeep.
jeepney in the Philippines, a small vehicle constructed from a jeep.
jinker (Aust. sl.) a light horse-drawn passenger carriage; (verb) to transport in a jinker.
jinricksha (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled, hooded vehicle drawn by one more men.
jinrickshaw (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled, hooded vehicle drawn by one more men.
jinrikisha (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled, hooded vehicle drawn by one more men.
jinriksha (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled hooded carriage drawn by a man or men.
jitney a five-cent piece; a small vehicle.
kafila (Arabic) a caravan, caravan-train.
kago (Japanese) a basketwork palanquin.
kart as in go-kart.
kickdown a method of changing gear in a car with automatic transmission, by pressing the accelerator pedal right down.
kickstand a support for a motorbike.
konaki (NZ) a farm vehicle with runners at the front and wheels at the rear.
koneke (NZ) a farm vehicle with runners at the front and wheels at the rear.
kurvey (Afrikaans) to transport goods by wagon.
landau (Ger.) a horse-drawn carriage with folding top.
landaulet a small landau, a horse-drawn carriage with folding top.
landaulette a small landau, a horse-drawn carriage with folding top.
liftback a motorcar with a sloping rear door; a hatchback.
liftgate a rear panel on a station wagon that opens upwards.
limo (Short for) a limousine.
limousine any large and luxurious car, esp one that has a glass division between the driver and passengers.
lizzie as in tin lizzie, an old car.
locie an engine used in logging.
locomobile an early automobile.
loosebox a box used to convey a horse by road.
lorry a type of wagon or truck.
lowrider a car having a lowered suspension.
maglev (Short for) magnetic levitation, a kind of train.
mailvan a van for the transport of mail.
matatu a type of taxi used in Kenya.
microbus a minibus.
microcar a very compact, small-engined car designed for use in large cities.
minibike a small motorbike.
minibiker one who rides a minibike.
minibus a small autobus.
minicab a small taxicab.
minicabbing travelling by minicab.
minicar a small car.
minivan a small van.
mixte denoting a type of bicycle frame. No -S.
monocycle a cycle with only one wheel.
moonport a port for spacecraft on the moon.
moonroof a transparent roof section on a motor vehicle.
moped a motor-scooter.
motor that which gives motion (verb) to travel by automobile
motorbicycle a bicycle driven by a motor.
motorbike a bicycle driven by a motor; (verb) to travel by motorbike.
motorbus a bus driven by an internal-combustion engine.
motorcade a procession of motorcars; (verb) to travel in a motorcade.
motorcar an automobile.
motorcoach a coach with a motor engine.
motorcycle a bicycle driven by a motor; (verb) to travel by motorcycle.
motorcyclist one who rides a motorcycle.
motordom the motor vehicle industry.
motorhome a large motor vehicle with living quarters behind the driver's compartment.
motortruck a truck driven by a motor.
mudflap a flap fixed behind the wheels of a vehicle.
mudguard a fender.
multicar owning or involving several cars.
multicycle (Obs.) a velocipede with more than three wheels.
norimon (Japanese) a covered litter, carried by men.
notchback a car whose roof does not slope continuously from the roof to the bumper, but juts out from the bottom of the rear window.
omnibus a large public road vehicle for carrying numerous passengers, running on a fixed route.
overrider either of two projecting pieces fitted to the bumper of a motor vehicle for extra protection to the bodywork.
oxcart a cart drawn by an ox.
packboard a canvas-covered wooden or metal frame for carrying goods etc.
palankeen (Malay) a light litter for one passenger.
palanquin (Malay) a light litter for one passenger.
palkee (Hindi) a palanquin.
palki (Hindi) a palanquin.
pantechnicon a usually enclosed wagon or motortruck used for transportation of goods or animals.
pedalcar a fourwheeled vehicle that is operated by pedals, usually a child's toy.
pedicab a light vehicle consisting of a tricycle with the addition of a covered seat for a passenger.
pedrail a tractor with footlike pieces on the circumference of its wheels.
phaeton (Greek) a light two-horse four-wheeled open carriage.
pickup a small truck or van with an open body, used for carrying light loads.
pileup a multiple traffic accident.
pillionist one who rides pillion.
pimpmobile a car used by a pimp.
pipage transportation, as of petroleum oil, by means of a pipe conduit; also, the charge for such transportation.
pipeage transportation, as of petroleum oil, by means of a pipe conduit; also, the charge for such transportation.
plaustral of or pertaining to a cart or wagon.
playbus a mobile playground.
pochay a post-chaise; (verb) to transport by post-chaise > POCHAYS, POCHAYING, POCHAYED.
pocketbike a type of small bicycle.
portage a sailor's wages when in port; (verb) to transport from one navigable waterway to another.
postbus a bus that carries mail.
powertrain the drive-transmitting sequence in a motor vehicle.
pushbike a bicycle driven by pedals.
pushcart a vendor's barrow.
quadriga (Lat.) a two-wheeled carriage drawn by four horses.
ragtop a folding canvas top on a sports car.
railway a railroad.
ratha (Hindi) a four-wheeled carriage drawn by horses or bullocks.
rattletrap any machine or vehicle that does not run smoothly.
rattrap a style of pedal on a bicycle.
redline to run an engine into the red.
reggo (Aust. sl.) a (motor vehicle) registration.
rego (Aust. sl.) a (motor vehicle) registration.
resto (Aust. sl.) a restored antique, vintage car etc.
ricksha (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled hooded carriage drawn by a man or men.
rickshaw (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled hooded carriage drawn by a man or men.
rikisha (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled hooded carriage drawn by a man or men.
rikshaw (Japanese) a small, two-wheeled hooded carriage drawn by a man or men.
roadblock a barrier across a road; (verb) to bar by means of a roadblock.
roadmaking road building.
roadroller a motor vehicle with heavy rollers for compressing road surfaces during road-making.
roadster a light carriage.
roadworthiness the state of being roadworthy.
roadworthy able to be used on a road; (noun) a roadworthy vehicle.
rockaway a light four-wheeled carriage with fixed top and open sides.
rollbar a bar that reinforces the frame of a car.
runabout a small light boat, car or aeroplane.
runaround a small light boat, car or aeroplane.
runflat of a tyre, that continues to operate when punctured; (noun) a tyre able to run after being punctured.
samlor (Thai) a three-wheeled vehicle common in Thailand.
scooter a two-wheeled vehicle; (verb) to travel by scooter.
sedan a saloon car.
semitrailer an articulated trailer or lorry.
semitruck an articulated lorry.
shandry a light cart on springs.
shandrydan an Irish two-wheeled cart; jocular, any worn-out antique vehicle.
shay a chaise, a light open carriage.
sidecar a small car attached to the side of a motorcycle.
singletree the crosspiece of a carriage to which harnesses are attached.
skidder a tractor with thick tyres used for hauling logs.
skidpad a road surface on which drivers can practice controlling skidding.
skidway a platform on which logs are piled for loading or sawing.
skimo (Short for) a skimobile, a motorized vehicle on skis.
skimobile a motorized vehicle on skis; (verb) to travel by skimobile.
snocoach a bus-like vehicle with large tyres or tracks for travelling on snow.
snowcat a tracked vehicle for travelling over the snow.
snowmobile any of various automotive vehicles for travel on snow; (verb) to travel by snowmobile.
snowmobiler one who travels by snowmobile.
snowplough an implement operating like a plow, but on a larger scale, for clearing away the snow from roads, railways, etc; (verb) to clear with a snowplough.
snowplow an implement operating like a plow, but on a larger scale, for clearing away the snow from roads, railways, etc.; (verb) to clear snow with a snowplow.
sociable gregarious (noun) a four-wheeled open carriage with side-seats
sociably (Adv.) SOCIABLE, gregarious.
spider an arachnid of the order Araneae; a light high-wheeled carriage (verb) to move in a scuttling manner
sportbike a kind of high-speed, high-performance motorcycle.
sprag a wheel chock; a pointed stake driven into the ground to keep a vehicle from moving; (verb) to stop with a sprag.
stagecoach a horsedrawn passenger and mail coach running on a regular schedule between established stops.
stagecoaching travel by stagecoach.
stanhope a light open one-seated carriage.
streetcar (US) a tramcar.
subcompact a small car, such as a sports car.
sulkily (Adv.) SULKY, in a resentful mood.
sulky in a resentful mood (noun) a kind of horse-drawn vehicle
sunroof a roof in a car that opens.
superbike a high-powered motorbike.
supercar a very big or fast car.
supermini a small car with a good standard of performance and comfort.
supertram a very superior tram.
supertruck a very large truck.
surrey a light four-wheeled carriage with two seats.
swingletree the crosspiece of a carriage to which harnesses are attached.
swingtree the crosspiece of a carriage to which harnesses are attached.
tailback a traffic queue.
tailfin a decorative projection at the back of a car.
tailgate a door at the back of a car that opens upwards on hinges at its top edge; (verb) to drive dangerously close behind another vehicle.
tailgater a person who tailgates, drives dangerously close behind another vehicle.
taillight a rear light on a vehicle.
tailwheel a wheel at the rear of a vehicle.
tandem (Lat.) a two-seated carriage with horses harnessed in series.
targa (Tradename) a car with a removable hard roof, which fits into the boot when not in use.
tarseal the bitumen surface of a road.
tartana (Spanish) a small covered wagon.
taxi a motorcar for hire (verb) of an aeroplane, to run along the ground
taxicab a taxi.
taxis the restoration of displaced bones or organs by manual pressure.
telega (Russian) a four-wheeled springless wagon.
telfer a contrivance for the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity; (verb) to transport by telfer.
telferage use of a telfer, a contrivance for the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity.
telferic relating to a telfer, a contrivance for the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity.
telpher a contrivance for the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity; (verb) to convey by telpher.
telpherage the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity, in buckets suspended from a cable.
telpheric relating to a telpher, a contrivance for the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity.
telpherline a line bearing a telpher.
telpherman a man who works on a telpher system, a contrivance for the conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity.
thill the shaft of a vehicle.
tilbury a light open two-wheeled carriage.
tipcart a cart so constructed that the body can be easily tipped, in order to dump the load.
tiptronic a type of gearbox that has both manual and automatic options.
toeclip an attachment to a bicycle pedal that holds the toe and thus the foot, firm.
tollbridge a bridge where tolls are collected.
tonga (Hindi) a light two-wheeled Indian vehicle.
tonneau (Fr.) the rear extension of the body of a car.
tonner a vehicle of a certain weight in tons.
towable that can be towed.
towaway the act of towing away a vehicle.
tractor a motor vehicle used in farming.
trafficator formerly, a movable pointer raised or lowered by the driver of a vehicle to warn of a change of direction.
trailer a vehicle drawn by another; (verb) to transport by means of a trailer.
tramcar a compartment of a tram.
tramless without trams.
tramline a streetcar line.
trawley a small truck for carrying material.
tricar a three-wheeled car.
tricycle a vehicle having three wheels; (verb) to travel by tricycle.
tricycler one who rides a tricycle.
tricyclist one who rides a tricycle.
trike (Coll.) a tricycle.
triptyque (Fr.) an international pass for a motorcar.
trishaw a three-wheeled rickshaw.
troad (Spenser) a track, path.
trode (Spenser) a track, path.
troika (Russian) a carriage drawn by three horses.
trolley a form of truck which can be tilted, for carrying railroad materials, or the like; (verb) to convey by trolley.
trolleybus a bus running on an overhead electric wire.
truckable that can be conveyed by truck.
tryke a tricycle.
tumbrel a farm tipcart; a vehicle carrying condemned persons to a place of execution.
tumbril a farm tipcart; a vehicle carrying condemned persons to a place of execution.
turbocar a car with a turbocharged engine.
turnpike a road on which a toll was collected at a tollgate.
turnstile a revolving frame that allows one person to pass at a time.
twoseater a car or other vehicle with two seats.
twostroke denoting a kind of engine.
underpass a road passing under another road or a railway etc.
underseal to coat parts of the underbody of a vehicle with a protective coating.
unibody a single moulded unit that forms the bodywok and chassis of a vehicle.
unicycle a cycle with only one wheel; (verb) to ride such a cycle.
unicyclist one who rides a unicycle.
upshift to shift an automotive vehicle into higher gear.
ute (Aust. sl.) a utility vehicle, a small truck.
van a light vehicle used in transporting goods; (verb) to go or send in a van.
vanpool an arrangement whereby several commuters travel in one van.
vehicle a device used as a means of conveyance.
vehicular of or pertaining to a vehicle.
velocipede an early form of bicycle, orig one propelled by the feet on the ground; (verb) to travel by velocipede.
velocipedean one who rides a velocipede, an early form of bicycle.
velocipeder one who rides a velocipede, an early form of bicycle.
velocipedian one who rides a velocipede, an early form of bicycle.
velocipedist one who rides a velocipede, an early form of bicycle.
vettura (Ital.) a carriage, cab or car.
viaduct a structure carrying a road or railway over a valley, etc.
viatic pertaining to roads or travel.
viatical pertaining to roads or travel.
viaticals baggage.
victoria a light open two-seater four-wheeled carriage, with raised driver's seat.
voiture (Fr.) a carriage.
volante (Spanish) a two-wheeled covered vehicle with long shafts.
waggon a four-wheeled vehicle, esp one for carrying heavy goods; (verb) to transport by waggon.
waggonette a carriage with one crosswise seat in front, two seats in back.
waggonless without a waggon.
waggonload the contents of a full wagon.
wagon a four-wheeled vehicle, esp one for carrying heavy goods; (verb) to transport by wagon.
wagonage money paid for carriage or conveyance in wagon.
wagonette a carriage with one crosswise seat in front, two seats in back.
wain a farm wagon; (verb, obs.) to carry, convey.
wheelbarrow a barrow with one wheel in front and two handles and legs behind; (verb) to transport by wheelbarrow.
wheelbase the distance between the front and rear axles of a vehicle.
whiffletree the crosspiece of a carriage to which harnesses are attached.
whippletree the crosspiece of a carriage, plough, etc, which is made so as to swing on a pivot and to which the traces of a harnessed animal are fixed.
woodie a wood-panelled station-wagon.
woody like wood (noun) a wood-paneled station wagon