Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of arpent.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jean Prou stayed in Montmagny.16 The census of 1681 lists him as owning a rifle and twelve head of cattle and working six arpents of land.

    Bird Cloud

  • He could keep his fish, but had to fell and cut four arpents of trees an arpent is 0.85 percent of an acre over the next year and live on the place as well.

    Bird Cloud

  • Jean Prou stayed in Montmagny.16 The census of 1681 lists him as owning a rifle and twelve head of cattle and working six arpents of land.

    Bird Cloud

  • Jean Prou stayed in Montmagny.16 The census of 1681 lists him as owning a rifle and twelve head of cattle and working six arpents of land.

    Bird Cloud

  • Jean Prou stayed in Montmagny.16 The census of 1681 lists him as owning a rifle and twelve head of cattle and working six arpents of land.

    Bird Cloud

  • He could keep his fish, but had to fell and cut four arpents of trees an arpent is 0.85 percent of an acre over the next year and live on the place as well.

    Bird Cloud

  • He could keep his fish, but had to fell and cut four arpents of trees an arpent is 0.85 percent of an acre over the next year and live on the place as well.

    Bird Cloud

  • He could keep his fish, but had to fell and cut four arpents of trees an arpent is 0.85 percent of an acre over the next year and live on the place as well.

    Bird Cloud

  • I tole her them seven arpents was for her to go to colletch.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Bernadette inherited seven arpents of land from her father.

    The Glass Rainbow

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