Etymology
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sleigh (n.)

"vehicle mounted on runners for use on ice and snow," 1703, American and Canadian English, from Dutch slee, shortened from slede (see sled (n.)). As a verb from 1728. Related: Sleighing. Sleigh-ride is first recorded 1770; sleigh-bells is from c. 1780; they originally were used to give warning of the approach of a sleigh.

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Definitions of sleigh
1
sleigh (v.)
ride (on) a sled;
Synonyms: sled
2
sleigh (n.)
a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow;
Synonyms: sled / sledge
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