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I am just double checking doesnt a manor mean a castle?

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    Not necessarily.

    A manor can be the lands of an estate. It can also be the mansion on these lands. A castle is larger than a manor house.

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    A manor was, in medieval England, an agricultural estate owned by the lord of the manor, in part leased to and farmed by tenants.

    I've seen it used to refer to a mansion or similarly large house, but not a castle.

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    Okay thank you very much.

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