noun feof·for \ˈfe-fər, ˈfē-; fe-ˈfr, fē-\

Definition of FEOFFOR

:  one who makes a feoffment

Variants of FEOFFOR

feof·for or feoff·er \ˈfe-fər, ˈfē-\

First Known Use of FEOFFOR

15th century

Rhymes with FEOFFOR


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