noun red·den·do \rəˈden(ˌ)dō, reˈ-\

Definition of reddendo



Scots law

  1. 1 :  a clause in a charter specifying the particular duty or service due from a vassal to his superior

  2. 2 :  the duty specified in a reddendo

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Origin and Etymology of reddendo

Latin, ablative of reddendum; from its being the first word in such clauses

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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