One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A light, strongly built, springless two-wheeled tip cart, drawn by horses or oxen and typically used for transporting gravel, manure, etc.
Early 19th century. From Scotch + cart, so called because the design apparently originated in Scotland.
Scotch cart/ˈskɒtʃ ˌkɑːt/
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