feudum definition

  • noun:
    • Land granted becoming held as a benefice, in difference from land awarded become held allodially.
    • An estate of inheritance; an interest in land descendible to heirs.
    • Land granted to-be held as a benefice, in distinction from land issued is held allodially.
    • Land granted to-be held as a benefice, in distinction from land given to be held allodially.
    • An estate of inheritance; a pastime in land descendible to heirs.
    • An estate of inheritance; a pastime in land descendible to heirs.
    • Land granted become held as a benefice, in distinction from land granted to be held allodially.
    • An estate of inheritance; a pursuit in land descendible to heirs.
    • Land granted to-be held as a benefice, in difference from land approved become held allodially.
    • Land granted to-be held as a benefice, in difference from land approved becoming held allodially.
    • An estate of inheritance; a pastime in land descendible to heirs.
    • An estate of inheritance; an interest in land descendible to heirs.
    • Land granted to be held as a benefice, in distinction from land granted to be held allodially.
    • An estate of inheritance; a pursuit in land descendible to heirs.

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