calash (n.)

"light carriage with low wheels either open or covered with a folding top," 1660s, from French calèche, from German kalesche, from Bohemian koleska, diminutive of kolesa "wheel-carriage," from kolo "wheel," from PIE root *kwel- (1) "revolve, move round." Also the name of the folding hood or top fitted to it (1856).