One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A seat, typically a wooden or metal bench, for use in a garden.
2Any of a number of bench seats, typically made of wooden slats, arranged in rows across the width of an omnibus, tram, etc., especially those on an open top deck. Now historical.
Early 18th century. From garden + seat.
garden seat/ˈɡɑːdn siːt/
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