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cadastre

or ca·das·ter

[ kuh-das-ter ]
/ kəˈdæs tər /
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noun
an official register of the ownership, extent, and value of real property in a given area, used as a basis of taxation.
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Origin of cadastre

1795–1805; <French <Provençal cadastro<Italian catastro, earlier (Venetian ) catastico<Late Greek katástichon register, derivative of phrase katà stíchon by line; see cata-, stich1
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