leud

noun \ˈlüd\

Definition of leud

plural

leuds

\-dz\ or

leudes

\-ˌdēz\
  1. :  a feudal tenant or vassal in the ancient Frankish kingdoms

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Origin and Etymology of leud

Medieval Latin leudes (plural), of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German liuti people (plural of liut person, people) — more at liberal


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