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Noun Concept
Categories: Property, Crofting, Farms, Scottish society
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croft  But'n'Ben  Cottage farm  Croft, Scotland  croft holding
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A small farm worked by a crofter WordNet 3.0
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A croft is a traditional Scottish term for a fenced or enclosed area of land, usually small and arable, and usually, but not always, with a crofter's dwelling thereon. Wikipedia
A small area of land, often with a crofter's dwelling Wikipedia Disambiguation
Fenced or enclosed area of land Wikidata
An enclosed piece of land, usually small and arable and used for small-scale food production, and often with a dwelling next to it; in particular, such a piece of land rented to a farmer (a crofter), especially in Scotland, together with a right to use separate pastureland shared by other crofters. Wiktionary
Enclosed piece of land. Wiktionary (translation)