Virgate meaning

vûr'gāt'
Shaped like a wand or rod; straight, long, and slender.
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An early English measure of land area of varying value, often equal to about 30 acres (12 hectares).
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A former English unit of land measure varying greatly in size, but most commonly equal to about 30 acres.
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Rod-shaped.
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Long, thin, and stiff, with few branches.
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An early English measure of land of about 30 acres.
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Shaped like a rod; straight, long and thin. Applied to in botany to the habitus of plants with straight, erect branches.
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(mycology) Finely striped, often with dark fibers.
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Origin of virgate

  • Medieval Latin virgāta from feminine of Latin virgātus relating to a rod virgate1
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Latin virgātus made of twigs from virga twig
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin virgātus.
    From Wiktionary