Etymology
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brougham (n.)

by 1849, one- or two-horse closed carriage with two or four wheels, for two or four persons, named for first Lord Brougham (1778-1868), Scottish jurist and reformer, who had one built for himself c. 1839. The family name is from a place in Westmoreland. In 19c. often synonymous with coupe.

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Definitions of brougham

brougham (n.)
light carriage; pulled by a single horse;
brougham (n.)
a sedan that has no roof over the driver's seat;
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