Definition of Soccage

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of socage) ¹



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Definition of Soccage

1. socage [n -S] - See also: socage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soccage

sobrieties
sobriety
sobriquet
sobriquets
sobs
soc
soc.
soca
socage
socager
socagers
socages
socaloin
socas
socca
soccage (current term)
soccages
soccer
soccer-ball
soccer ball
soccer field
soccer fields
soccer mom
soccer mum
soccer mums
soccer player
soccer players
soccerball

Literary usage of Soccage

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1. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel (1874)
"service to be rendered to the lord of the manor, soccage, ... compulsory furnishing of waggons and horses ; — gelt, n. money paid in lieu of soccage-service ..."

2. An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the by George Hill (1877)
"The tenure known as soccage —from Sac, the French word for the coulter or share of a ... But soccage is now considered the most desirable tenure, ..."

3. Epitome of the Law of Landed Property: With a Description of the Several by Manasseh Dawes (1818)
"Free soccage, like knight service, is held on fedal returns, which imply, in fiction, an original grant from the lord paramount; excepting relief, wardship, ..."

4. Chemical Technology; Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to the Arts and by Edmund Ronalds, Thomas Richardson, Henry Watts, Friedrich Ludwig Knapp (1863)
"The soccage.—During this time the surface is covered here and there with ... The process, however, or the temperature of the soccage, is not entirely at the ..."

5. History of the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge by Thomas Baker (1869)
"Enquired for lands in common soccage tenure for the foundation of 3 ... College cannot take assurance of lands held in any other tenure than soccage. ..."

6. The Provincial Justice, Or, Magistrate's Manual: Being a Complete Digest of by William Conway Keele (1835)
"... administering the government of the snid province, setting he, slie, or they, is or are desirous of holding the same ir common soccage, such governor, ..."

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