Definition of Carucates

1. Noun. (plural of carucate) ¹



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Definition of Carucates

1. carucate [n] - See also: carucate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Carucates

cartwheelers
cartwheeling
cartwheels
cartwhip
cartwhipped
cartwhipping
cartwhippings
cartwhips
cartwright
cartwrights
carubicin
carubinose
carucage
carucages
carucate
carucates (current term)
carumonam
caruncle
caruncles
caruncula
caruncula lacrimalis
caruncula salivaris
caruncula sublingualis
caruncular
carunculate
carunculated
carunculous
carvable

Literary usage of Carucates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1898)
"In Laur etona (Laverton), four carucates and a half. In Haser lai (Azerley), six carucates of land. six carucates. ..."

2. The Publications of the Thoresby Society by Thoresby Society (1908)
"Together, for geld, forty-five carucates and a half, and twenty-four ploughs may be ... had four carucates of land for geld, and two ploughs may be there. ..."

3. The Church Historians of England by Joseph Stevenson (1854)
"There is of arable-land eleven acres ; in demesne there are eight carucates, and eight serfs and five female serfs, twelve villeins and eight bordars, ..."

4. The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous History by Edward Parsons (1834)
"In Altone, (Halton) six carucates. ... hem, (Addingham) two carucates. Soke. ... (Stainton) three carucates. These constitute the present parish of Skipton. ..."

5. Upper Wharfedale: Being a Complete Account of the History, Antiquities and by Harry Speight (1900)
"Together there were 41 carucates, or with the enfranchised vills or outlying places which owed suit of court to Bolton, there were 77 carucates. ..."

6. The history of the parish of Kirkham in the county of Lancaster by Henry Fishwick (1874)
"... (Freckleton) four carucates ; Righi (Ribby with Wray) six carucates ... (Westby) two carucates ; Plun- tun (Little Plumpton) two carucates ..."

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