pendicle

noun
pen·​di·​cle | \ˈpendə̇kəl\
plural -s

Definition of pendicle 

1 : a pendent ornament

2 Scottish : a property forming part of a large estate especially : one rented separately

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History and Etymology for pendicle

Middle English, probably from Medieval Latin pendiculum appendage, from Late Latin pendiculus cord, noose, from Latin pendere to weigh

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