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by L.H. BAILEY
The Elephant-Ear ('alodium is a Colocasia. ILLI'H ANT S FOOT. Trttttdtnaria . ELETTARIA (native name). ScitaminArnr. Differs from Amomum in technical characters, as in the slender tube of the perianth, the presence of internal lobes in the ...
A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood
Paternse haereditati, quam nostrates alodium vel patrimonium vocant, sese contulit." It is often opposed to a fief. " Hbdc autem fuerunt ea — quse de allodiis sive prsediis in feudum commutavit Adela." It is taken for an estate free of duties.
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 ...
by Frederick Stroud
ALODIUM. — " In Domesday, alodium (in a large sense) siguifieth a free maunor, and alodiarii or alodarii, ...
by Bryan A. Garner
allodium, allodial; ✳alodium, ✳alodial. Black's Law Dictionary (9th ed. 2009) and the OED list allodium (= land held in fee simple absolute) as standard, ...
by George William Lemon
A-LODIAL; alawterm, bearing several senses : " alodium vero," fays Spelman, " quod per omnem hæredum seriem discurreret, et cuivis e populo (etiam reclamante domino) dari posset, aut ve- nundari : propterea etiam alodium dici a, Sax.
Law-dictionary Explaining the Rise, Progress and Present State of the British Law Etc. 3. Ed. with Additions. - London, Payne 1820 (1820)
by Thomas Edlyne Tomlins
Alodium. In Domesday book it signifies a free manour; and alodarii Lords Paramount. Kent. Co. Lilt. 1. 5. & see 2 Comm. 45, &c. and this Diet. tit. Tenure. ALLUMINOR, from the Fr. allumer, to enlighten.] One who anciently illuminated, coloured, ...
Defining and Interpreting the Terms Or Words of Art, and Comrising Also Copious Information on the Subjects of Trade and Government by Thomas Edlyne Tomlins
Alodium. In Oomesday book it signifies a free manour ; and alodarii Lords Paramount. Kent. Co. Litt. 1 . 5. & see 2 Comm. 45, &c. and this Diet. tit. Tenure. ALLUMINOR, from the Fr. aliumer, to enlighten.] One who anciently illuminated, ...
A Compendious Law Dictionary ... New edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged to the present time [by T. H. Horne]. (1813)
by Thomas POTTS (of Chiswick.)
ALODIUM, signifies a manor. ALTARAGE, the offerings made upon the altar, and the profit that arises to the priest therefrom; this was declared in the exchequer to mean tithes of wool, lambs, colts, calves, pigs, chickens, butter, cheese, fruit, ...
A new Law Dictionary, etc (1829)
by James WHISHAW (Barrister-at-Law)
ALODIUM or ALLODIUM, in Domesday, signifies a free manor; and alodarii, lords of free manors, or lords paramount. Co. Litt. 1. 5. Cowell. Blount. Vide Allodial. ALOVERIUM, a purse. c. 82, par. 2. ALTARAGE (Altaragium), signifies Fleta, lib.
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Scrabble value of A1L1O1D2I1U1M3
The value of this 7-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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