A light carriage with reasonable rims having a high or bonnet that may be raised or decreased chairs for inside another chair the motorist and often a movable front side such that it can be used as either an open or a closed carriage
- a female's large creased hooped hood; worn within the eighteenth century
- the folding hood of a horse-drawn carriage
- A light carriage with reasonable wheels, having a premier or hood that can be raised or decreased, chairs for inside, an independent seat for the motorist, and often a movable front, such that it can be used as often an available or a close carriage.
- In Canada, a two-wheeled, one-seated car, with a calash top, together with motorist's chair elevated in front.
- A hood or top of a carriage that can be tossed straight back at pleasure.
- A hood, formerly worn by females, which may be attracted ahead or tossed right back like the top of a carriage.