In the Account of the Ecclesiastical State of the parish of Llysfaen in North Wales, August 21st, 1729 it refers to:-
TERRIER. In an old terrier dated 1636, May 19, there are several Quilets of Glebe land mentioned of which the Rector can give no account.
I believe Terrier refers to Lands. Glebe Land refers to that available for the support of the cleric, but Quilet has me beat.
Elsewhere, and for interest only,
"The Rector of this Parish did confess to me that he marryed Mr. Williams Rector of Llysfaen to his Servant-maid sometime in March twelvemonth. He married them by virtue of a licence provided by a Mr. Babington. & within canonical hours, but he did it in a House. He is very sorry for so doing & says, that which made him do it was Mr.Williams's being loath to marry his Servant ; Because also Mr. Williams told him that be suspected his intended Wife was a-breeding."