Meaning of urbarial in English:


Pronunciation /əːˈbɛːrɪəl/


  • Of or relating to, based or founded on, a register of landed property.

    Chiefly with reference to Hungary, and other parts of the Austrian Empire (1804–67).


Late 18th century. From German (now hist.) Urbarium register of landed property and its etymon post-classical Latin urbarium, in same sense (1385 in a continental, probably German, source; from German (now hist.) Urbar landed property, revenue from landed property, register of landed property (Middle High German urbar, lit. ‘something which produces a yield or revenue’: see below) + classical Latin -ium) + -al.