adscript definition

  • noun:
    • A feudal serf or labourer who's mounted on an estate and sold or transmitted along with it.
    • One thing written or imprinted immediately after another character and aligned with-it.
    • One held to service as connected to the glebe or estate; a feudal serf.
    • A serf attached to an estate and transferable along with it.
  • adjective:
    • Held to program as connected to the soil; -- stated of feudal serfs.
    • written or printed immediately following another character and lined up along with it
    • (used of people) bound to a tract of land; therefore their service is transferable from owner to owner
  • others:
    • Written just after, as distinguished from subscript, or written underneath: since, in Greek sentence structure, an iota (ι) adscript.
    • Attached to the earth, as a slave or feudal serf. See adscriptus glebæ.

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