Definition of Vaccary. Meaning of Vaccary. Synonyms of Vaccary

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Definition of Vaccary

Vaccary
Vaccary Vac"ca*ry, n. [LL. vaccarium, from L. vacca cow. Cf. Vachery.] A cow house, dairy house, or cow pasture. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] --Wright.

Meaning of Vaccary from wikipedia

- pattern, particularly in newly settled parts of the United States and Canada Vaccary fence (named from Latin vaca - cow), for restraining cattle, made of thin...
- Clowbridge parish. In the late Middle Ages Gambleside was one of the cow farms (vaccary) of Rossendale Forest, belonging to the Honour of ****heroe. In 1507 the...
- Henry VII, are still preserved. The whole forest, formerly named Penhill vaccary, and sometimes the Chase of Penhill, was perambulated in person by the...
- uxor uxōr- wife uxorial, uxoricide, uxorilocal, uxorious vacca vacc- cow vaccary, vaccination, vaccine, vaquero vacuus vacu- empty avoid, avoidable, avoidance...
- Hundred the first record of Baxenden appears in 1194 as the site of a vaccary subject to Kirkstall Abbey. In the records Baxenden appears under the name...
- King a long report on "A journey to ascertain the Limits or Boundaries of Vaccary Forest" (the Cowpastures). Caley was able to report on the wild cattle...
- vacancy, vacant, vacate, vacation, vacuous, vacuum vacc- cow Latin vacca vaccary, vaccination, vaccine vacil- waver Latin vacillare "sway, be untrustworthy"...
- 2002 it was reported that the land system had undergone conversion from a vaccary system into a land-only type of tenure. Archaeologically it is known for...
- of the mill and fish ponds was close to the place recorded as Fishouse Vaccary on the 1850s OS map. Three windmills are marked on a 1773 estate map –...
- consists of several booths, originally established in the 13th century as 'vaccaries' (cattle farms) along the valley of the River Noe, which have since developed...
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