Definition of Rundale

1. a system of holding land [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rundale

runaway pacemaker
runaway robin
runaways
runback
runbacks
runbook
runcation
runch
runches
runcible
runcible spoon
runcible spoons
runcinate
runcinate leaf
rund
rundale (current term)
rundales
rundel
rundels
rundle
rundled
rundles
rundlet
rundlets
rundown
rundowns
runds
runed
runelike

Literary usage of Rundale

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1. Ireland: Historical and Statistical by George Lewis Smyth (1847)
"... very few vestiges of it remain: it may be said to linger feebly in the rundale system of one or two of the northern counties — but though a large number ..."

2. Ireland Under Coercion: The Diary of an American by William Henry Hurlbert (1888)
"... townland were going back to the "rundale" practices, tried to induce Mr. Olphert to return 1 This "townland" is a curious use of a Saxon term to ..."

3. Riga & Its Beachesby Farrol Kahn by Farrol Kahn (2000)
"... ii rundale PALACE The rundale Palace rivals Louis XIV's Versailles and you can find interesting echoes of the Sun King's motifs throughout. ..."

4. Letters on the Condition of the People of Ireland by Thomas Campbell Foster (1846)
"Appearance of Peasants' Cottages—The Criticisms of the Dublin Press—rundale Villages—Waste Lands—Leases—Their Disadvantages and Advantages— Advocated when ..."

5. Riga & Its Beachesby Farrol Kahn by Farrol Kahn (2004)
"Around rundale The nearest town is Bauska which is worth a visit because of its castle and can be reached by car in an hour or hour and a half by a regular ..."

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