A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Pleuch-, Pleugh(e)gate, -gait(t, n. [Only Sc. and northeastern English. Cf. north. e.m.E. plewegait (of land) (1565).] A measure of arable land. = Pleuchland n.Ilk housband man labouring ane pleuch gaitt of land; 1611 Fife Synod 42.
Necnon carrucatam seu pleughgaitt terre nuncupat.; 1616 Reg. Great S. 530/1.
Pleughe gait; 1628 Rep. Hist. MSS., Var. Coll. V. 129.
1667 Justiciary Ct. Rec. I. 226 (see Pleuchgang n.).

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