noun dren·gage \ˈdreŋ(g)ij\

Definition of drengage



old English law

  1. :  the tenure or service of a dreng

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Origin and Etymology of drengage

Medieval Latin drengagium, from Middle English dreng + Medieval Latin -agium -age (from Old French -age)

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