curtilage

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Old French cortillage, curtillage, from cortil ‎(court, courtyard), from Latin cortis ‎(court). See court.

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curtilage ‎(plural curtilages)

  1. (law) The area immediately surrounding a house, including any closely associated buildings and structures.

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