ploughˈ-team noun
The team of horses, oxen, etc (usu two), that pulls a simple plough
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  • Plough-team — Two men worked the eight ox plough team: one guided the plough itself, and was known as the *conductor, the other, the *fugator, drove the oxen and also tended them during the year. There is a particularly good illustration of such a team and its …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Plough Team — ♦ Often assessed at eight oxen per team; in the richest agricultural areas, like the Severn valley, there were between three and five per square mile. On harsher land like the fringes of Dartmoor, a smallholder might own only one or two oxen.… …   Medieval glossary

  • Plough — The area of arable land capable of being tilled by one plough team. Equivalent to one Hide …   Medieval glossary

  • Plough Lane — was a football stadium in the Wimbledon area of south west London. It was the home ground of Wimbledon Football Club from September 1912 to May 1991 when it closed (see below) . The club moved from there to Selhurst Park (the ground of Crystal… …   Wikipedia

  • Plough — Plow redirects here. For the Canadian soldier, see Edward Chester Plow. Plowman redirects here. For the surname, see Plowman (surname). Furrow redirects here. For other uses, see Furrow (disambiguation). For other uses, see Plough… …   Wikipedia

  • plough — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} (BrE) (AmE plow) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ heavy ▪ horse drawn, ox drawn ▪ the demise of the horse drawn plough VERB + PLOUGH/PLOW …   Collocations dictionary

  • team — /tim / (say teem) noun 1. a number of persons associated in some joint action, especially one of the sides in a match: a team of football players. 2. two or more horses, oxen, or other animals harnessed together to draw a vehicle, plough or the… …  

  • Land of one plough — The area of arable land capable of being tilled by one plough team. Equivalent to one Hide …   Medieval glossary

  • Goathland Plough Stots — Die Goathland Plough Stouts (deutsch: Goathland Pflugochsen) sind eine Long Sword Dance Gruppe aus Goathland in North Yorkshire, England. Die Gruppe bestand ursprünglich seit mindestens 1850. Vermutlich geht sie auf das 18. Jahrhundert zurück,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Is My Team Ploughing — That I was used to drive And hear the harness jingle When I was man alive? Ay, the horses trample, The harness jingles now; No change though you lie under The land you used to plough. Is football playing Along the river shore, With lads to chase… …   Wikipedia

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