Chiefly British a little enclosed industry or pasture near a residence.
Chiefly British a tiny farm, specially a tenant farm.
A fenced parcel, especially in Scotland, generally little and arable and used for small-scale meals manufacturing and often with a crofter's dwelling thereon.
a little, inclosed field, adjoining a property; a little farm.
a little piece of inclosed floor used for pasture, tillage, or other purposes; any tiny tract of land; a tremendously small farm: applied particularly to the tiny farms from the western shore and countries of Scotland.