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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of agist.


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  • It is said that they acquired this name because the Zulu kings when they exercised dominion over all that district were in the habit of despatching large herds of the royal cattle to be looked after by these people, or in their own idiom to be _sisa'd_, i.e. agisted, as we say in English of stock that are entrusted to another to graze at a distance from the owner's home.

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  • He is just one young alpaca among 100 - half members of the Arriba Linea herd, the rest agisted the alpaca farming term for boarding. - Home Page


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