n. A large four-wheeled carriage with a suspended body, two interior seats, and a top or hood that can be raised or lowered: so called because first made in Berlin, in the seventeenth century, from the designs of an architect of the elector of Brandenburg.n. A knitted glove.n. See birlin.n. A dance similar to a polka (which see).n. A fine kind of dyed wool used for knitting fancy articles, tapestry, etc.n. A variety of boxed sleigh, used for passengers or goods.