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conacre

noun con·acre \ˈkäˌnākə(r)\

Definition of conacre

plural

-s

in a former Irish land system

  1. :  the subletting for a single season of small portions of a farm previously prepared for sowing or planting; also :  a single parcel or tenancy so held

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Origin and Etymology of conacre

alteration of earlier corn-acre, literally, field of grain


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conacre

transitive verb con·acre \"\

Definition of conacre

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  to sublet (land) in conacre

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