Apanage

Ap'anĀ·age noun Same as Appanage .
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Apanage

• (n.) Same as Appanage.
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Apanage

Obs.Fr. French usage of giving lands to non-Heirs Royal of the Crown. These lands could not be sold, mortgaged, or used as a dowry, and passed back to the King in the extinction of the line.
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Apanage

Apanage was an allowance which the younger princes of a reigning house in some European countries received from the revenues of the country, generally together with a grant of public domains, that they may be enabled to live in a manner becoming their rank.
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apanage

privilege of office; especially one given to younger offspring
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