brennage definition

  • noun:
    • a payment in medieval times by a tenant to a feudal lord in the place of bran, when it comes to lord's hounds
    • A tribute which tenants paid for their lord, instead of bran, which they had been obliged to provide for his hounds.
    • In old law, a tribute or structure which tenants compensated with their lord in lieu of bran that they were obliged to furnish for their hounds.
    • a payment in medieval times by a tenant to a feudal lord in the place of bran, for the lord's hounds
    • A tribute which tenants compensated to their lord, in place of bran, that they were obliged to provide for their hounds.
    • In old legislation, a tribute or composition which tenants compensated with their lord in place of bran which they were obliged to furnish for his hounds.
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