almoin


almoin
/aelmoyn/ Alms; a tenure of lands by divine service.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Almoign — An ecclesiastical possession. [< AnNor. almoin < Lat. eleemosyna = alms] Cf. Almoner; Frankalmoign …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • frank-almoign — frank almoign, almoin Law. [a. AF. fraunke almoigne: see frank a.2 and almoign.] (See almoign 2.) …   Useful english dictionary


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