- 1 What is a cottar meaning?
- 2 What is a cottar house?
- 3 What did a cottar do in medieval times?
- 4 What is a Chirurgeon?
- 5 What are Scottish peasants called?
- 6 What does recalcitrant mean in English?
- 7 What is the meaning of Manorialism?
- 8 What is a ditcher in medieval times?
- 9 What is a Ewerer?
- 10 What was a medieval page?
- 11 What is Stramash?
- 12 What does bilboquet mean in French?
What is a cottar meaning?
: a peasant or farm laborer who occupies a cottage and sometimes a small holding of land usually in return for services.
What is a cottar house?
The Cottar House is a charming, detached, stone built cottage set in beautiful, rolling countryside in the hamlet of Dalguise in rural Perthshire. Dating back to the 18th century, this upside down style home has been tastefully decorated, still maintaining much of its character and charm.
What did a cottar do in medieval times?
1. A medieval villein who occupied a cottage with a small piece of land in return for labor. 2. In Scotland and Ireland, a farm worker who, in return for a cottage, gives labor at a fixed rate when required.
What is a Chirurgeon?
chirurgeon (plural chirurgeons ) (archaic) A doctor or surgeon.
What are Scottish peasants called?
Cotter, cottier, cottar, Kosatter or Kötter is the German or Scots term for a peasant farmer (formerly in the Scottish Highlands for example). Cotters occupied cottages and cultivated small land lots.
What does recalcitrant mean in English?
1: obstinately defiant of authority or restraint. 2a: difficult to manage or operate.
What is the meaning of Manorialism?
Manorialism, also called manorial system, seignorialism, or seignorial system, political, economic, and social system by which the peasants of medieval Europe were rendered dependent on their land and on their lord.
What is a ditcher in medieval times?
Ditcher: Dug moats, foundations, mines, etc. without any of the modern day machinery used today.
What is a Ewerer?
Noun. ewerer (plural ewerers) (historical) A servant responsible for linen, handwashing, and providing water for the bath.
What was a medieval page?
Page, in medieval Europe, a youth of noble birth who left his home at an early age to serve an apprenticeship in the duties of chivalry in the family of some prince or man of rank.
What is Stramash?
1 chiefly Scotland: disturbance, racket. 2 chiefly Scotland: crash, smashup.
What does bilboquet mean in French?
[bilbɔkɛ ] masculine noun. (= jouet) cup-and-ball game.