Definition of Hidages

1. Noun. (plural of hidage) ¹



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Definition of Hidages

1. hidage [n] - See also: hidage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hidages

hickory pine
hickory tree
hicks
hickster
hickup
hickuped
hickuping
hickups
hickwall
hickwalls
hickway
hickways
hid
hidable
hidage
hidages (current term)
hidalga
hidalgas
hidalgo
hidalgoes
hidalgoite
hidalgos
hidate
hidation
hidato
hidatos
hidden
hidden agenda
hidden agendas
hidden camera

Literary usage of Hidages

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1. Antiquities of Shropshire by Robert William Eyton (1856)
"... held by the Prior of Wenlock at Domesday, or acquired by him afterwards. A comparison of hidages will hardly facilitate our search, for the conventional ..."

2. Domesday Studies: An Analysis and Digest of the Somerset Survey (according by Robert William Eyton (1880)
"lu framing detailed Tables of the Old Hundreds of Somerset, we uniformly devote two columns to the Domesday Manors and to the Domesday hidages of such ..."

3. The English Historical Review by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1905)
"Some drastic alterations are needed in dealing with the tribal and burghal hidages in order to make the number of hundred-hide groups correspond with the ..."

4. William the Conqueror and the Rule of the Normans by Frank Merry Stenton (1908)
"This new impost must, one would suppose, have called for a restatement of the old hidages, but no such record has come down to us. ..."

5. The Cambridge Medieval History by John Bagnell Bury, James Pounder Whitney (1913)
"Most of the hidages given by Bede also have the further peculiarity of being based on a unit of 120, but this ceases to be remarkable, in an artificial ..."

6. Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Prepared by Great Britain Public Record Office, Great Britain Court of Chancery, H. C. Maxwell Lyte, England Sovereign (1272-1307 : Edward I) (1901)
"... whose heir he is, that his lands and men should be quit of shires and hundreds and suits and hidages, and all plaints that belong to shires and hundreds ..."

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