Metewand
Metewand Mete"wand`, n. [Mete to measure + wand.] A measuring rod. --Ascham. [1913 Webster]

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  • metewand — metewand, or meteyard /miytwond/miytyard/ A staff of a certain length wherewith measures are taken …   Black's law dictionary

  • metewand — metewand, or meteyard /miytwond/miytyard/ A staff of a certain length wherewith measures are taken …   Black's law dictionary

  • metewand — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun or meteyard ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ Etymology: Middle English metwande or met yerde, from meten to mete, measure + wande wand or yerde yard more at mete : a measuring rod …   Useful english dictionary

  • metewand, or meteyard — /miytwond/miytyard/ A staff of a certain length wherewith measures are taken …   Black's law dictionary

  • metewand, or meteyard — /miytwond/miytyard/ A staff of a certain length wherewith measures are taken …   Black's law dictionary

  • meteyard — metewand, or meteyard /miytwond/miytyard/ A staff of a certain length wherewith measures are taken …   Black's law dictionary

  • meteyard — metewand, or meteyard /miytwond/miytyard/ A staff of a certain length wherewith measures are taken …   Black's law dictionary

  • metwand — ˈmetˌwänd variant of metewand * * * metwand, yard see metewand, meteyard …   Useful english dictionary

  • meteyard — noun see metewand …   Useful english dictionary

  • meatwand — obs. form of metewand …   Useful english dictionary

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