pertica[ta] perch both an areal and a linear measurement; in linear terms, it varied from 15' (Winchester customary perch) to 24' (the largest Forest perch), but the statute perch was 16.5'; in areal terms, the perch was a fortieth of a rood and there were 160 perches in a statute acre
roda rood an areal measure; the rood was a quarter of a statute acre
acra acre acres were measured ut iacent (by eye, customary) or per perticam (measured, by the perch); even when measured, however, the size of the perch might differ [see above]
cultura furlong a bundle of selions in a field and thus of varying size
bovata bovate, oxgang from 12 to 15 acres, depending on the regional custom [but sometimes larger, as the 20-acre bovates on some Durham manors in Bishop Hatfield's survey of 1382]; it thus equated with half a virgate and comprised an eighth of a carucate; it was usually used in the Scandinavian-influenced region of England
virgata virgate from 24 to 30 acres depending on the regional custom; it thus comprised a quarter of a hide; it was usually used in the West Saxon region of England
hida hide customarily used in the hidated region of England, the area of West Saxon influence, and consisting usually of 120 acres or four virgates
carucata carucate, ploughland customarily used in the Scandinavian-influenced region of England, and consisting of eight bovates or about 120 acres

Most of these terms are feminine nouns of the first declension.