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- from vanuatu. for other languages of the same name, see malo language. tamambo, or malo, is an oceanic language spoken by 4,000 people on malo and nearby
- the carucate or carrucate (medieval latin: carrūcāta or carūcāta) was a medieval unit of land area approximating the land a plough team of eight oxen could
- (fortsenal), roria, amblong, morouas, tangoa, araki, mafea, tutuba, aore, malo (tamambo), narango, tambotalo hammarström, harald; forkel, robert; haspelmath
- carucage (/ˈkærəkᵻdʒ/; medieval latin: carrūcāgium, from carrūca, 'wheeled plough') was a medieval english land tax introduced by king richard i in 1194
- 'yardland' redirects here. not to be confused with yard (land). for the use of 'virgate' in reference to rod-like stems and ribs, see virgate (botany)
- deganwy castle (medieval latin: arx degan****; middle welsh: caer ddegannwy; modern welsh: castell degannwy) was an early stronghold of gwynedd and lies
- for the suburb of edinburgh, see oxgangs. an oxgang or bovate (old english: oxangang; danish: oxgang; scottish gaelic: damh-imir; medieval latin:
- coordinates: 52°23′56″n 0°15′50″e / 52.399°n 0.264°e / 52.399; 0.264 cratendune (medieval latin: vallis cracti) is the name of the lost village reported