Baronage

The baronage is the collectively inclusive term denoting all members of the feudal nobility, as observed by the constitutional authority Edward Coke. It was replaced eventually by the term `peerage” ==Origin== The term originated at a time when there was only one substantive degree of nobility, that of the feudal baron. The feudal baron held h.....
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Baronage

• (n.) The whole body of barons or peers. • (n.) The land which gives title to a baron. • (n.) The dignity or rank of a baron.
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Baronage

Bar'on·age noun [ Middle English barnage , baronage , Old French barnage , French baronnage ; confer Late Latin baronagium .] 1. The whole body of barons or peers. « The baronage of the kingdom. Bp. Burnet. » 2. The di...
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baronage

Collective title for all the landed nobility of medieval England, including earls and other important tenants-in-chief, as well as the barons. ...
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