hors-croft, m.n: small enclosed field or pasture, attached to a dwelling and used for horses. (HORS-KROFT / ˈhɔrs-ˌkrɔft)

Medieval manuscript image of a bluish-gray horse on a gold and red background.
Royal Bestiary; England, c. 1200-c. 1210; British Library, Royal MS 12 C XIX, f. 34r. [bl.uk]

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