church-scot definition

  • noun:
    • Formerly, in England, customary responsibilities paid into parish priest, exemption from which ended up being occasionally bought.
    • a site due to the lord of manor from a tenant of church-lands.
    • previously, in The united kingdomt, customary responsibilities paid towards parish priest, exemption from where was occasionally bought.
    • something because of the lord associated with the manor from a tenant of church-lands.

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