berewick, or outlier
Berewica, often rendered as berewick, is translated as outlier in the Phillimore edition.
Outliers occur in many counties but only in great numbers in circuits 5 and 6. To some extent, however, this distribution is illusory; for many southern holdings included unnamed dependencies, or had the thing without the name. The existence of dependencies may also be suspected on holdings too large for a single vill, of which there were many in southern England. Maitland suggested that as a rule of thumb any holding of more than 25 teamlands was unlikely to be a single vill.
For the early development of outliers, see Rosamond Faith, The English peasantry and the growth of lordship (1997); for their variable recording in Domesday, see H.C. Darby, Domesday England (1977); and for their record in circuit 6, see F.M. Stenton, Types of manorial structure in the northern Danelaw (1910); and Dawn M. Hadley, The northern Danelaw: its social structure, c.800-1100 (2000).