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From Medieval Latin carūcāta (ploughland), from carūca (chariot; coach; carruca). Compare French charrue (plough).[1]

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carucate (plural carucates)

  1. (historical) The notional area of land able to be farmed in a year by a team of 8 oxen pulling a carruca plow, usually reckoned at 120 acres.

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  1. ^ Oxford English Dictionary, 1st ed. "carucate | carrucate, n." Oxford University Press (Oxford), 1888.

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