A plough.

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  • Carūca — (Schiffsw.), so v.w. Carake …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Caruca — Latin term for a plough; usually of the heavy kind, requiring a team of eight oxen. Cf. Carucage; Eleemosyna carucarum …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • socagium idem est quod servitium socs; et soca, idem est quod caruca — /sakeyj(iy)am aydam est sarvish(iy)am sowsiy, et sowka, aydam est kwod kahruwka/ Socage is the same as service of the soc; and soc is the same thing as a plow …   Black's law dictionary

  • Luz María — Categoría Melodrama País originario Perú Canal América Televisión Horario de transmisión Lunes a viernes 9:00 pm Transmisión …   Wikipedia Español

  • Carucate — The carucate was a unit of assessment for tax used in most Danelaw counties of England, and is found for example in Domesday Book. The word derives from the Medieval Latin caruca , meaning plough.The carucate was based on the area a plough team… …   Wikipedia

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  • Lucecita (telenovela de 1972) — Lucecita País originario Venezuela Canal Venevisión Horario de transmisión Lunes a Viernes a las 7:00 PM Transmisión 1972 1972 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Carucate — Land which could be ploughed in one year with eight oxen. The OldEngl. term was plogland. [< Lat. carucata < caruca = a plough] Cf. Carucage …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Co-aration — Lit. co ploughing . Modern term for the practice of AS settlers of working together in groups larger than the family. A plough team of eight oxen was too costly for one family to own and maintain; the heavy plough itself, the caruca, was also… …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Eleemosyna carucarum — Lit. plough alms . The penny given at Easter for each plough within a village. Cf. Caruca …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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