noun copy·hold \ˈkä-pē-ˌhōld\

Definition of COPYHOLD

:  a former tenure of land in England and Ireland by right of being recorded in the court of the manor
:  an estate held by copyhold

First Known Use of COPYHOLD

15th century


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