Origin of virgateMedieval Latin virgata (terrae) from Classical Latin virga, twig (see verge): used as translated, translation of Old English gierdland, yardland
- Bot. long, thin, and stiff, with few branches
Origin of virgateModern Latin virgatus from L, made of twigs from virga, twig: see verge
Origin of virgateLatin virgātus made of twigs from virga twig
Origin of virgateMedieval Latin virgāta from feminine of Latin virgātus relating to a rod ; see virgate 1.
(comparative more virgate, superlative most virgate)
From Latin virgÄtus.