Definition of Jinrikisha

1. Noun. A small two-wheeled cart for one passenger; pulled by one person.

Exact synonyms: Ricksha, Rickshaw
Generic synonyms: Cart



Definition of Jinrikisha

1. n. A small, two- wheeled, hooded vehicle drawn by one or more men.

Definition of Jinrikisha

1. Noun. a rickshaw ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jinrikisha

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinrikisha

jinking
jinks
jinky
jinn
jinnee
jinnees
jinni
jinnis
jinns
jinny road
jinny roads
jinricksha
jinrickshas
jinrickshaw
jinrickshaws
jinrikisha (current term)
jinrikishas
jinriksha
jinrikshas
jins
jinshajiangite
jint
jinx
jinxed
jinxes
jinxing
jip
jipijapa
jipijapas
jippa jappa

Literary usage of Jinrikisha

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1. An American Cruiser in the East: Travels and Studies in the Far East : the by John Donaldson Ford (1898)
"Several daily and weekly newspapers, in the English language, are published here, and the latest news from all parts of the world is obtained. jinrikisha ..."

2. Around the World Via Siberia by Nicholas Senn (1902)
"The gait of the jinrikisha men is a slow, graceful trot, and in comparing ... I do not know how others have felt when they took the first jinrikisha ride, ..."

3. Vacation Days in Hawaii and Japan by Charles Maus Taylor (1898)
"On a Japanese steamer — Aground — Niigata —Change of route — Photographing-the tea girls—Kameda -Universal Panacea—Bad roads —jinrikisha men on a strike— ..."

4. Japan and Her People by Anna C. Hartshorne (1902)
"The Custom House formalities are precise, but not rigid, and these over, comes the sensation for which the stranger has waited, the first jinrikisha ride. ..."

5. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1895)
"It began to rain a little while we were upon this our first journey in a jinrikisha, and while we were quite well protected by the covering overhead, ..."

6. Baptist Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1898)
"Such a natural excuse never occurs to the Japanese servant, unless he be a jinrikisha man or betto, who may not know how to do better, for it is a very rude ..."

7. A Japanese Interior by Alice Mabel Bacon (1893)
"jinrikisha Riding. — The Climate. KIOI CHO, TOKYO, Wednesday, September 5,. I CAME down from Nikko on Monday, alone. My new cook met me, and brought me and ..."

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