Definition of droshky in English:

droshky

Syllabification: drosh·ky
Pronunciation: /ˈdrôSHkē
 
/

noun (plural droshkies)

historical
A low four-wheeled open carriage of a kind formerly used in Russia.

Origin

early 19th century: from Russian drozhki, diminutive of drogi 'wagon', from droga 'shaft, carriage pole'.

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