- Araba (carriage)
An araba (from
Arabic: عربة; " 'araba") (also arba or aroba) is a carriage(such as a cab or coach), wagonor cartdrawn by horses or oxen, used in Turkeyand neighboring Middle Eastern countries. It is usually heavy and without springs, and often covered. "Araba" is an Arabic-derived Turkish for "carriage".
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