1A measure of land, in particular.
- The farm is 5600 morgen and the price included the cost of sheep, cattle and farming implements.
- In 1731, farmers were allowed to register land in erfpacht for fifteen years with an annual payment of twenty-four riksdollars for a sixty morgen farm.
Early 17th century: from Dutch, or from German Morgen 'morning', apparently from the notion of “an area of land that can be plowed in a morning.”.
Words that rhyme with morgenGlamorgan, gorgon, Morgan, organ
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