"Unit that derives from Old English for open field" crossword clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 25 Jul 2023

Unit that derives from Old English for open field NYT crossword answer is:

ACRE (4 letters length)

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The unit that derives from Old English for open field Crossword Clue NYT (July 25 2023) is "acre". An acre is a unit of area measurement, commonly used in the United States and other countries, that is equal to 4,840 square yards or 43,560 square feet. It is derived from the Old English word "aecer", which referred to an open field. This clue can be found in the New York Times Crossword on July 25, 2023.

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