cadastre

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From the French cadastre.

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cadastre (plural cadastres)

  1. (cartography) a public survey of land for the purpose of taxation
  2. a register of such surveys, showing details of ownership and value

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Etymology[edit]

From the Late Latin capitastrum (register of the polltax), from caput (head”, “poll); cognate with the Italian catastro and the Spanish catastro.

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cadastre m (plural cadastres)

  1. A registrar from a mairie (mayor's office)

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