Allod

An allod (Old Low Franconian: allōd i.e. `fully owned property`, from all `full, entire` and ōd `estate, property`, Medieval Latin: allod or allodium, Old High German for `entire property`), also personal property, allodial land or an allodium, refers, in the law of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period and especially within the Holy R...
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Allod

• (n.) See Allodium.
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Allod

Al'lod noun See Allodium .
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Allod

Land held without feudal obligation, owned outright.
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