Definition of bordar
: a feudal tenant holding a cottage and usually a few acres of land at the will of his lord and bound to menial service
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Origin and Etymology of bordar
Medieval Latin bordarius, from borda hut, cabin (from Old French borde) + Latin -arius -ary
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