England vs Medkniche - What's the difference?

england | medkniche |


As a proper noun england

is the region of the island of great britain which is to the east of wales and the south of scotland; one of the constituent countries of the united kingdom.

As a noun medkniche is

in medieval england, the amount of hay which could be lifted by the little finger up to the knee this was a form of payment for haywards.

england

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • The region of the island of Great Britain which is to the east of Wales and the south of Scotland; one of the constituent countries of the United Kingdom.
  • The United Kingdom.
  • Usage notes

    * Outside the UK, and even sometimes in England itself (especially historically; less often now), the term England often refers to the UK as a whole. This use is sometimes considered offensive, especially by residents of the other constituent countries of the UK.

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    medkniche

    English

    Noun

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  • In medieval England, the amount of hay which could be lifted by the little finger up to the knee. This was a form of payment for haywards.