Meaning of poundland in English:

poundland

Pronunciation /ˈpaʊn(d)lənd/ /ˈpaʊn(d)land/

noun

historical Scottish
  • A division of land having a rental value of a pound a year, later fixed as equal to four oxgangs or half a ploughland.

Origin

Early 16th century. From pound + land. Compare post-classical Latin librata terrae land having the rental value of one pound (frequently 1100–1586 in British sources).