Origin of carucate
OTHER WORDS FROM carucatecar·u·cat·ed, adjective
Words nearby carucate
How to use carucate in a sentence
A Welshman in this manor had half a carucate, and rendered i. sextar of honey.The English Village Community|Frederic Seebohm
Rather we regard the matter thus:—The geld is a land-tax, a tax of so much per hide or carucate.
In the financial system, as we have said, the carucate plays for some counties the part that is played for others by the hide.
Of the five hide unit I already knew a good deal; of the six carucate unit I knew nothing.
If every inch of the vill is ploughed, the carucate can only have 75 acres, and each team tills but 60.