liege

  1. a person holding a fief
  2. city in eastern Belgium; largest French-speaking city in Belgium

Liège

(from the article `Low Countries, history of`) ...Church (Reichskirche), in which the spiritual and secular principalities played an important part. The most important ecclesiastical ... In Flanders and in the bishopric of Liège, the towns rapidly attained such power that they constituted a threat to the territorial prince, a ......
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liege

(probably from German ledig, `empty` or `free`), in European feudal society, an unconditional bond between a man and his overlord. Thus, if a tenant ...
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Liege

[adj] - owing or owed feudal allegiance and service 2. [n] - city in eastern Belgium
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Liege

• (a.) Full; perfect; complete; pure. • (a.) Serving an independent sovereign or master; bound by a feudal tenure; obliged to be faithful and loyal to a superior, as a vassal to his lord; faithful; loyal; as, a liege man; a liege subject. • (n.) The subject of a sovereign or lord; a liegeman. • (n.) A free and independent person...
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liege

noun a feudal lord entitled to allegiance and service
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liege

adjective owing or owed feudal allegiance and service; `one`s liege lord`; `a liege subject`
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Liège

(city) Industrial city, capital of Liège province in eastern Belgium, southeast of Brussels, almost bisected by the River Meuse, and bounded on the east side by Germany; population (2006 est) 187,100. It is one of the largest river ports in Europe. Weapons, textiles, paper, and chemic...
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Liège

(province) Province of eastern Belgium, including the French- and German-speaking communities of the Walloon region, bordered by Germany to the east, the Netherlands to the north, and the provinces of Limbourg, Flemish and Walloon Brabant, Namur, and Luxembourg to the west; area 3,...
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Liège

[car] The Liege is a lightweight two-seater car. An original design by Peter Davis, inspired by the classic sporting car era of the 1950s. Fifty of these cars were supplied in component form between 1997 and 2007. Designed and developed from 1985 to 1996 in Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England. Manufactured at Craycombe in Fladbury, Worce...
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Liège

[province] It borders (clockwise from the north) Limburg in the Netherlands, North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany, Diekirch in Luxembourg, and in Belgium the provinces of Luxembourg, Namur, Walloon Brabant (Wallonia), as well as those of Flemish Brabant and Limburg (Flanders). It is an area of French and German ethnici...
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Liege

Liege (lēj) adjective [ Middle English lige , lege , French lige , Late Latin ligius , legius , liege, unlimited, complete, probably of German origin; confer German ledig free from bonds and obstacles, Middle High German ledec , ledic , ...
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liege

1. Sovereign; independent; having authority or right to allegiance; as, a liege lord. 'She looked as grand as doomsday and as grave; And he, he reverenced his liege lady there.' (Tennyson) ... 2. Serving an independent sovereign or master; bound by a feudal tenure; obliged to be faithful and loyal to a superior, as a vassal to his lord; faithful; l...
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Liège

capital of Liège province, eastern Belgium, on the Meuse River at its confluence with the Ourthe. (The grave accent in Liège was officially approved ... [11 related articles]
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liege

In the feudal system, the allegiance owed by a vassal to his or her lord (the liege lord). ...
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liege

In the feudal system, the allegiance owed by a vassal to his or her lord (the liege lord)
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Liège

Liège (lyezh) , Du. Luik, Ger. Lüttich, province (1991 pop. 999,646), 1,526 sq mi (3,952 sq km), E Belgium, bordering on Germany in the east. The chief cities are Liège (the capital), Verviers, Herstal, Huy, and Seraing. The province is French-speaking (see Walloons) except in the eas...
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Liège

Liège, Du. Luik, Ger. Lüttich, city (1991 pop. 194,596), capital of Liège prov., E Belgium, at the confluence of the Meuse and Ourthe rivers, near the Dutch and German borders. Greater Liège includes the suburbs of Herstal, Ougrée, and Grivegnée. The commercial cent...
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Liege

Obs. From the Latin, ligare, to bind. The lord to whom a vassal swears 'liege' fealty, usually the King. The bond subsisting between the subject and chief, or lord and vassal, binding the one to protection and just government, the other to tribute and due subjection. The prince or chief is called liege lord; the subjects liege men.m
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