cadastral

[ kuh-das-truh l ]
/ kəˈdæs trəl /
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adjective

Surveying. (of a map or survey) showing or including boundaries, property lines, etc.
of or relating to a cadastre.

Origin of cadastral

From French, dating back to 1855–60; see origin at cadastre, -al1
Related formsca·das·tral·ly, adverb
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Word Origin and History for cadastral

cadastral


adj.

1858, from French cadastral, from cadastre "register of the survey of lands" (16c.), from Old Italian catastico, from Late Greek katastikhos "register," literally "by the line." Gamillscheg dismisses derivation from Late Latin capitastrum "register of the poll tax."

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