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Allodium

Definition of the noun allodium

What does allodium mean as a name of something?

Allodium is a genus of Coniocybaceae, described by Nylander in 1896.

Alternative definition of the noun allodium

noun

  1. [dated] freehold land or property

Phrases with Allodium

  1. Allodium Cinereum
  2. Allodium Brunneolum
  3. Allodium Physarellum
  4. Species Allodium Brunneolum
  5. Genus Allodium

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Google previewTable talk: being the discourses of John Selden, esq (1819)

by John Selden

Allodium is a law word, contrary to feodum, and it signifies land that holds of no body. We have no such land in England. 'Tis a true proposition, all the land in England is held either immediately or mediately of the king. LANGUAGE. 1.

Google previewThe Table Talk of John Selden. A New Edition, Corrected, with a Biographical Preface [by S. W. Singer]. (1818)

by John SELDEN, Samuel Weller SINGER

Allodium is a law word contrary to Jeudum, and it signifies land that holds of nobody. We have no such land in England. It is a true proposition, all the land in England is held, either immediately, or mediately of the king. LANGUAGE, 1.

Google previewThe Citizen's Law Book: Containing the Constitution of the United States, and of the State of New York (1844)

With Notes: Together with a Large Amount of Useful and Interesting Legal Information, Accompanied with a Variety of Forms

AN ALLODIUM is a freehold estate, or possession held in absolute independence. Allodial lands are those held without being subject to any rent, service, or acknowledgment to a superior; being therein opposed to such as are feudal. All lands ...

Google previewThe Table Talk of John Selden (1818)

by John Selden, Richard Milward

Allodium is a law word contrary to feudum, and it signifies land that holds of nobody. We have no such land in England. It is a true proposition, all the land in England is held, either immediately, or mediately of the king. LANGUAGE. 1.

Google previewA Primer on Modern Themes in Free Market Economics and Policy (2009)

by John M. Cobin

Allodium is the condition of real property when its ownership ...

Google previewProperty is Theft! (2011)

A Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Anthology by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

And yet allodium is the basis of the republic. [...] Every institution of property supposes either: 1) an equal distribution of land amongst the holders; or 2) an equivalent ...

Google previewThe table-talk of John Selden, esq (1847)

by John Selden, Richard Milward

Allodium is a Law Word, contrary to Feudum, and it signifies Land that holds of no body. We have no such Land in England. 'Tis a true Proposition ; all the Land in England is held, either immediately, or mediately of the King. Language.

Google previewThe Table-Talk of John Selden (2015)

by John Selden

Allodium is a Law Word, contrary to Feudum, and it fignifies Land that holds of no body. We have no fuch Land in England. 'Tis a true Propofition; all the Land in England is held, either immediately, or mediately of the King. Language.

Google previewTable-talk, 1689, ed. by E. Arber. (Eng. repr.). (1689)

by John Selden

Allodium is a Law-word contrary to Feudum, and it signifies Land that holds of no body, we have no such Land in England. 'Tis a true Proposition, all the Land in England is held, either immediately, or mediately of the King. Eanjjttajje.

Google previewGarner's Dictionary of Legal Usage (2011)

by Bryan A. Garner

Allodium is the more common and, because unanimity is desirable on this point, should be used to the exclusion of its single-elled counterpart. The plural is generally allodia. The adjective form is allodial—e.g.: “There remained scattered ...

Google previewLaws of New York Relating to Common Schools (1868)

With Comments and Instructions, and a Digest of Decisions

" Allodium is a law word ...

Google previewLaws of New York Relating to Common Schools with Comments and Instructions and a Digest of Decisions [microform] (1879)

by New York (State)

Allodium Is a law word contrary to feudum, and it signifies lands that one holds of nobody. We have no such land In England. 'Tls a true proposition, all land In England Is held mediately or Immediately of the king." (SeMen's Table Talk.) ...

Google previewJoannis Seldeni jurisconsulti Opera omnia, tam edita quam inedita (2006)

in tribus voluminibus by John Selden, David Wilkins

Allodium is a law-word contrary to feu- dum, and it fignifies land that holds of no body. We have no fuch land in England. 'Tis a true propofition,all the land in England is held either immediately, or mediately of the king. Language. 1. To a living ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary (1969)

by J.A. Ballentine

Allodium.

Google previewA Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases, and Maxims (1911)

With an Explanatory List of Abbreviations Used in Law Books by Frederic Jesup Stimson

Allodium, alodium, alodum, /. An estate held absolutely, of no superior; hence, owing no rent, fealty, or service; see 2 BI. Com. 105. Alloigner, alloyner, fr. To eloign; remove to a distance; delay. Allonge, fr. A piece of paper annexed to a bill or ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: D-Jyp (1880)

by John Jamieson

allodium. But allodial rights are opposed to those that are feudal.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

Pertaining to allodium or freehold; free of rent or service; held independently of a lord paramount: opposed to feudal. In the United States all lands are deemed allodial in the owner of the fee, but subject, nevertheless, to the ultimate ownership ...

Google previewA New Dictionary of Ancient Geography, exhibiting the modern in addition to the ancient names of places (1803)

by Charles Pye

FRANC ALLCEU (Allodium, Allogium, Liberum Allodium), a district of Auvergne, in France. { FRANCE (Sicambria, Franci, Newmaga, Gallia, Galatia, Cellogalatia), a country of Europe, upon the borders of Germany : on the first foundation of ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1L1O1D2I1U1M3

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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