Township vs Incorperated - What's the difference?

township | incorperated |



(en noun)
  • The territory of a town; a subdivision of a county.
  • An area set aside for nonwhite occupation.
  • A nonwhite (usually subeconomic) area attached to a city.
  • * 1972', ''Daily Dispatch'': "In addition, the council has completed the planning of a new Coloured '''township''' on the site of the existing African ' township "
  • Descendants

    * Portuguese:

    Usage notes

    In the U.S., the term "township" refers to a division of a county, and may include one or more towns, villages, hamlets, or small cities. It may also be an administrative district for an unincorporated rural area. The exact nature of a township, and its role in local administration, differs from state to state.


    1978: A Dictionary of South African English edited by Jean Branford. Oxford. ----


    Not English

    Incorperated has no English definition. It may be misspelled.