noun ex·cam·bi·on \-mbēən\

Definition of excambion



Scots law

  1. :  exchange of land

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Origin and Etymology of excambion

Middle English (Scots dialect), from Medieval Latin excambium, probably modification of Old French eschange — more at exchange

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