Barocscír

f (-e/-a) the bare oak shire or Berkshire, so called from a polled oak in Windsor forest, where public meetings were held; most commonly written Barruc, Bearruc, or Bearwucscír;

Old to modern English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Bearocscýre — see Barocscír …   Old to modern English dictionary

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