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A Researcher's Guide to Local History Terminology/Abecedary
< A Researcher's Guide to Local History Terminology
An Abecedary of Local history terminology
A Words
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V WX Y Z expoliate
B Words
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H Words
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I Words
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J Words
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K Words
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L Words
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M Words
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N Words
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O Words
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P Words
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Q Words
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q-Celtic or 'Goidelic' (from Goidel 'Gael') - Celtic languages which retained the original Indo-European q sound, represented by Scottish Gaelic, Manx and Irish. See 'p-celtic'.
R Words
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S Words
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T Words
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U Words
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V Words
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W Words
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X Words
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Y Words
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Z Words
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  38. Mackenzie, W. Mackay (1927). The Mediaeval Castle in Scotland. Pub. Methuen & Co. Ltd., London. P. 107
  39. Chambers, Robert (1885). Domestic Annals of Scotland. Edinburgh : Chambers. p. 177.
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  42. Teltown marriage
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  48. Mackenzie, W. Mackay (1927). The Mediaeval Castle in Scotland. Pub. Methuen & Co. Ltd., London. P. 127.
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