Grass or meadow land; a lea.
a field covered with grass or other forage crops, often used to feed livestock
Field sown with grass for one or more years. Short term leys usually yield heavier crops than longer leys due to the grass varieties used. They may be noted as a three year ley, 5 year ley etc.
OE ‘la/es’ a pasture. A land, ridge or furlong not in arable cultivation and used as shared grazing.
Field sown with grass seed which will last for one or more years. Short term leys usually yield heavier crops than permanent grass.
greensward kept for hay and pasture. Two leys to the acre.
a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
an Old English word for meadow or grassland, which seems like a pretty good description of the terrain here, from all I've seen
lea, unploughed land, pasture land.
Typically relatively short term improved grass or grass / clover pasture