cadastral

[k_ˈa_d_a_s_t_ɹ_əl], [kˈadastɹə͡l], [kˈadastɹə‍l]

Definitions of cadastral:

  1.   Pertaining to a detailed and accurate survey of the lands of a country. – Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
  2.   of or relating to the records of a cadastre – Wordnet Dictionary DB

Usage examples for cadastral:

  1. “ Colonies of " Amorite" or Canaanitish merchants settled in Babylonia for the purposes of trade, and there obtained various rights and privileges; and a cadastral survey of southern Babylonia made at the time mentions " the governor of the land of the Amorites." ” – Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations by Archibald Sayce
  2. In many cases these maps were roughly constructed under non- professional supervision, but in many districts they have been prepared by the cadastral branch of the Survey Department. ” – Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official by William Sleeman
  3. Numberless contract- tablets exist, dated in the year when Sargon " conquered the land of the Amorites," as Syria and Canaan were called, or accomplished some other achievement; and a cadastral survey of the district in which Telloh was situated, made for the purpose of taxation, incidentally refers to " the governor" who was appointed over " the Amorites." ” – Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations by Archibald Sayce

Alphabet: