Definition of Alodial

1. alodium [adj] - See also: alodium



Alodial Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alodial

almude
almudes
almuds
almug
almugs
alnage
alnager
alnagers
alnages
alnespirone
alnico
alnicos
alocasia
alod
alodia
alodial (current term)
alodium
alodiums
alods
alodyne
alodynes
aloe
aloe-emodin
aloe family
aloed
aloelike
aloes
aloes wood
aloesin
aloetic

Literary usage of Alodial

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1. Inquiry Into the Rise and Growth of the Royal Prerogative in England by John Allen (1849)
"The existence of Roman proprietors is attested by the Salic law1 (V). alodial The lands thus distributed were called ..."

2. The Ancient Laws of Wales: Viewed Especially in Regard to the Light They by Hubert Lewis (1889)
"Right of Inheritance, however, insisted on : hence alodial Rules of Succession become part ... No doubt derived from the Native alodial Rules, under which ..."

3. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1882)
"During the tenth and eleventh centuries it appears that alodial lands in France had chiefly become feudal: that is, they had been surrendered by their ..."

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