Item ad idem, Deus novi testamenti dicit Matthi sexto: jugum meum suave est et onus meum leve.
The yoke here is, however, evidently the juger, not the jugum.
Jugatae: that series of Lepidoptera in which there is a jugum instead of a frenulum to unite the wings in flight.
The Roman jugum, or yoke of two oxen, made a complete plough.
Petilius adversus Balist et Leti jugum, quod eos montes perpetuo dorso conjungit, castra habuit.
It was known as the taxation 'jugatione vel capitatione'the tribute or stipendium of so much for every jugum or caput.
Claustrum: the structure uniting the wings in flight, whether by hooks, by a thickening of the margin, or by a jugum.
The sense of 'quarter' once established, it might be transferred to the quarter of a jugum, or the quarter of a hide.
The acreage of the jugum no doubt varied very much, as did also the acreage of the yard-land.
jugum ju·gum (jōō'gəm)
n. pl. ju·gums or ju·ga (-gə)
A ridge or furrow connecting two structures. Also called yoke.
A type of forceps.