cottar

In feudal time, a free smallholder and tenant of a cottage, mainly in southern England. ...
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cottar

noun a peasant farmer in the Scottish highlands
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Cottar

• (n.) A cottager; a cottier.
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cottar

  1. a peasant farmer in the Scottish highlands
  2. fastener consisting of a wedge or pin inserted through a slot to hold two other pieces together

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cottar

medieval peasant inhabiting a cottage
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