Definition of Cottager. Meaning of Cottager. Synonyms of Cottager

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Definition of Cottager

Cottager
Cottager Cot"ta*ger (k?t"t?-j?r), n. 1. One who lives in a cottage. 2. (Law) One who lives on the common, without paying any rent, or having land of his own.

Meaning of Cottager from wikipedia

- Cottager or Cottagers may refer to: The Cottagers, opera by George Saville Carey Chalupáři, Czech comedy The Cottagers, nickname for Fulham F.C., a football...
- (prince) Ealdorman (prefect) High-reeve Reeve (bailiff) Thegn/housecarl (retainer) Churl (free tenant) Villein (serf) Cottar (cottager) Góp (slave) v t e...
- (prince) Ealdorman (prefect) High-reeve Reeve (bailiff) Thegn/housecarl (retainer) Churl (free tenant) Villein (serf) Cottar (cottager) Góp (slave) v t e...
- (prince) Ealdorman (prefect) High-reeve Reeve (bailiff) Thegn/housecarl (retainer) Churl (free tenant) Villein (serf) Cottar (cottager) Góp (slave) v t e...
- (prince) Ealdorman (prefect) High-reeve Reeve (bailiff) Thegn/housecarl (retainer) Churl (free tenant) Villein (serf) Cottar (cottager) Góp (slave) v t e...
- The Cottager and his Cat is an Icelandic fairy tale collected in Islandische Marchen. Andrew Lang included it in The Crimson Fairy Book. A man lived with...
- as a 40 spindle jenny for about six pounds in 1792, was affordable for cottagers. Later machinery such as spinning frames, spinning mules and power looms...
- of the cottager to hold land. According to John and Barbara Hammond in their book The Village Labourer, before the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm...
- (prince) Ealdorman (prefect) High-reeve Reeve (bailiff) Thegn/housecarl (retainer) Churl (free tenant) Villein (serf) Cottar (cottager) Góp (slave) v t e...
- Fulham" or "The Maestro," as Haynes later came to be known, signed for The Cottagers as a schoolboy in 1950, making his first team debut on Boxing Day against...
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