I grew up on a farm so this is a fitting word because we had many cows. I decided to research pastures from ancient times.
The vaccary is an archaic word meaning a cow pasture or dairy farm. In medieval times, it was linked to grazing land in the moors and valleys of the Pennines in Yorkshire and
Old vaccary in Pendle UK
The word is from Medieval Latin, derived from vacca (for cow) and vaccinate (Latin vaccinus) for the cowpox serum used to protect people from smallpox.
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