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alodial

adjective alo·di·al
variants: or allodial \əˈlōdēəl, aˈ-\

Definition of alodial

: of or relating to alodium

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Origin and Etymology of alodial

Medieval Latin allodialis, from allodium + Latin -alis -al


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alodial

noun
variants: or allodial \"\

Definition of alodial

plural -s
: land or property held in alodium

First Known Use of alodial

1681

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