aquagaugium

A water gauge; a mark on the bank to gauge the rising of the water.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • aquagium — /akweyjiyam/ A canal, ditch, or water course running through marshy grounds. A mark or gauge placed in or on the banks of a running stream, to indicate the height of the water, was called aquagaugium …   Black's law dictionary

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