Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Japanese cart; a vehicle of any kind, including the jinrikisha.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 2 I continue hereafter to use the Japanese word kuruma instead of the Chinese word Jin-ri-ki-sha.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • Maheshwari of Beyond the Usual - Aappam with Mutton kuruma and Thengai pal

    WBB# 8 - Rounded up finally

  • There are shrimp from everywhere and of every kind, live and sprightly, in open plastic sacks in Styrofoam boxes with bubbling aeration tubes: red Japanese shrimp, sweet Japanese shrimp (ama-ebi), striped Asian kuruma shrimp, along with Alaskan shrimp and Maine shrimp on ice, and frozen shrimp of every size and sort.

    If You Knew Sushi

  • There are shrimp from everywhere and of every kind, live and sprightly, in open plastic sacks in Styrofoam boxes with bubbling aeration tubes: red Japanese shrimp, sweet Japanese shrimp (ama-ebi), striped Asian kuruma shrimp, along with Alaskan shrimp and Maine shrimp on ice, and frozen shrimp of every size and sort.

    If You Knew Sushi

  • Maheshwari of Beyond the Usual - Aappam with Mutton kuruma and Thengai pal

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Also had a Kerala parota with vegetable kuruma yes, spelt that way.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Also had a Kerala parota with vegetable kuruma yes, spelt that way.

    24 hours in Trivandrum

  • The Governor sent his card early, to know if there were anything I should like to see or do, but, as the morning was grey and threatening, I wished to push on, and at 9.30 I was in the kuruma at the inn door.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • He spoke of cremation and its “necessity” in large cities, and terminated the interview by requesting me to dismiss my interpreter and kuruma, as he was going to send me to

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • They dexterously carried the kuruma through, on the shoulders of four, and showed extreme anxiety that neither it nor I should get wet.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

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