See also:bar or
See also:rod used for various purposes, as e.g. for a navigation mark in shallow
See also:waters, for a support on which a
See also:bird may
See also:rest, or for a
See also:pole which joins the back with the fore
See also:part of a
See also:wagon or other four-wheeled vehicle . As a
See also:term of linear measurement, "
See also:perch," also " rod " or " pole," =162 ft., 51 yds.; of superficial
See also:area, =30t sq. yds.; 16o perches =1 acre . As a stonemason's measure, a " perch "=1 linear perch in length by r i ft. in breadth and i ft. in thickness .
PERCH (through Fr. from Lat. perca, Gr. 7rEpKo; the...
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