from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A Welsh measure of land, from one half to two thirds of an acre.
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The old Welsh cyvar, or joint team, as well as the common culture of the land allotted to the use of the village sanctuary are quite common among the tribes of Caucasus the least touched by civilization, (10) and like facts are of daily occurrence among the Russian peasants.
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