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How many square inch [survey] in 1 bovate? The answer is 92999813.612874.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 1549.9968935479 square inch [survey], or 1.6666666666667E-5 bovate.
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›› Definition: Bovate

A bovate was a measure of land which could be ploughed in one day by one eighth of a plough team with eight oxen, or in other words the measure of land representing one eighth of a carucate. The term is used in the Domesday Book for places under the Danelaw. The word is derived from the Latin word bo, meaning ox.


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