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Date: 1600-1700
Origin: buck 'main structure of a carriage or cart' (17-19 centuries) (perhaps from bouk 'body, belly' (11-19 centuries), from Old English buc; BUCKET) + board

buckboard

noun
     
Related topics: Bicycles, Carts, Horses
buckā€§board [countable]
TTB a light vehicle with four wheels that is pulled by a horse, and was used in the US in the 19th century

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