Corral

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Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 13 Jan 21, Wednesday
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Random information on the term “Corral”:

A boô (also spelled boo or boe) pronunciation (help·info) is an old Saxon building where a farmer could spend the night with his cattle if he let them graze far outside the village. The buildings, which had separate areas for cattle and farmer to live, were made with cheap materials. Walls were made of straw or braided twigs covered in cow manure or loam; the roofs were also made of straw.

The word boô is a cognate of the German word ‘Bude’ which means ‘shack’. The circumflex on the second ‘o’ indicates that a letter is left out. In Danish, ‘bo’ means house. The word boô is Low German.

A (usually unmarried) cattle farmer who spent time in a boô was called a boô-heer and was employed by a so-called “broodheer” (literally: bread lord). Once every fourteen days, the boô-heer would return to the farm for food supplies and clean clothes. He could keep the earnings of his only milk cow and the eggs his chickens laid.

The villages of Schoonebeek and Nieuw-Schoonebeek in the border area with Germany in the Dutch province of Drenthe are the only places where these buildings can be found. Because of this, Nieuw-Schoonebeek was known as Boôëndorf on the German side of the border. The boôs that can be found there today are replicas, which were not built in the original boôs’ locations.

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