cottar

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cottar (plural cottars)

  1. (Scotland) Alternative form of cotter (peasant inhabiting a cottage)
    • 1885: The Crofter in History by Lord Colin Campbell
      Here, then, we have a description which, with the exception of what relates to the reciprocal services, would be applicable to the modern cottar where he is not an unlicensed squatter

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