particate

noun par·ti·cate \ˈpärtəˌkāt\

Definition of particate

plural

-s

  1. :  an old Scotch unit of land area equal to about 14 acre

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Origin and Etymology of particate

Medieval Latin particata, perticata, from Latin pertica pole


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