juger

noun ju·ger \ ˈjüg|ə(r) , ˈyüg| , ˈjüj| \

Definition of juger

plural jugers \|ə(r)z\ or jugera \ˈyügərə\
:an ancient Roman unit of land area equal to 28,800 square Roman feet or 0.622 acre

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Origin and Etymology of juger

Latin jugerum; akin to Middle High German jiuch morgen, Greek zeugos team, yoke (of oxen), Latin jugum yoke


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