noun mol·man \ˈmälmən\

Definition of molman



  1. :  one of a class of tenants in feudal England released from most of their service on condition of paying certain rents for their land

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Origin and Etymology of molman

Middle English, from mol- (from Old English māl terms, agreement, pay) + man — more at mail

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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