domanial

adjective do·ma·ni·al \dōˈmānēəl\

Definition of domanial

  1. 1 :  constituting or belonging to a domain or to a particular domain (as a manor) :  held in one's own hands as possessor by free tenure —distinguished from alodial and feudal

  2. 2 :  having or belonging to a domain

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Origin and Etymology of domanial

Medieval Latin domanialis, from Latin dominium domain + -alis -al — more at domain


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