Meaning of telligraph in English:

telligraph

noun

historical
  • A description, especially as given in a charter, of a piece or pieces of land, typically in terms of boundaries; a charter containing such a description. Compare "land-boc", "terrier".

Pronunciation

telligraph

/ˈtɛlɪɡrɑːf/ /ˈtɛlɪɡraf/

Origin

Mid 19th century. From post-classical Latin telligraphum, telligraphium, irregularly from classical Latin tellūs land + -graphum.