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Definition of the noun Allod

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noun - plural: allods

  1. See allodium.


Allod: An allod, also personal property, allodial land or an allodium, refers, in the law of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period and especially within the Holy Roman Empire, to property, over which the owner had full ownership and free disposal.

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Google previewFocalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-bhéarla; or, An Irish-English dictionary [by J. O'Brien]. (1832)

by John O'Brien (R.C. bp. of Cloyne.)

The word allod, otheiwise written attud, signifies, in Irish, any thing that is ancient ; thus, yn <xllo», or jo allub, signifies anciently; Lat. olim, antiquitus; jn <yjmfin < xllo;b, in ancient times ; Lat. tempore antiquo ; pe<xj\<xnn <xllob, an ancient land ...

Google previewA Galic And English Dictionary (1780)

Containing All the Words in the Scotch and Irish Dialects of the Celtic, that Could be Collected from the Voice, and Old Books and MSS. By the Rev. William Shaw, A. M.

Allan: Allod. Allbuadhach. A prince's hall. Allbuadhach, Victorious. Allchur. Transpofition. Allgloir. Jargon, gibberiíh. Allglois. Mifchief. Allghort.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

Also written allod, alody. The allod in some form or other is probably fluid as the institution of individual landed property. and we may regard it as equivalent to or directly descended from the share which each man took in the appropriated ...

Google previewDictionary of Early English (1955)

by Joseph T. Shipley

Also a/odium, allody, alody, allod, alod. From all + od, property, estate. An early Teutonic term; the forms ending ium are and in the DOMESDAY BOOK (1086). allograph. A writing (as a signature) of one person for another. Greek allos, other + ...

Google previewBibliotheca classica, sive Lexicon manuale ... Editio altera auctior et emendatior. [The compiler's preface signed: Herm. Bosscha.] (1816)

л allod. 1. ' 8. et .effi a P ' at.

Google previewThe New American Newspeak Dictionary (2005)

by Adrian Krieg

Allod The Allemannen concept of private property ownership unfettered by anyone. A concept unacceptable to 21* century tax- and-spend Society, which has become nothing more than a massive wealth redistribution scheme to gain political ...

Google previewIrish-English Dictionary (1832)

by John O'Brien

The word allod, otherwise written allud, signifies, in Irish, any thing that is ancient ; thus, jn <xllot>, or jn <xllub, signifies anciently ; Lat. olim, antiquitus; jn <xjmp;t allojb, in ancient times ; Lat. tempore antiquo; jrea/iann cdloo, an ancient land ...

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1894)

For the Use of Students by John R. Clark Hall

allod] eadog=6adig ëaden adj. [pp. of *eadan] given, granted, conceded. eadesa=ad< sa cadfruma wm. giver of joy. cadga wk. form of ё.-uí ig. cadgian uadi gan cadgiofa wm. giver of happiness. ËADGIEFU 74 EALDOR ëadgiefu 3f. gift of ...

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