noun reeve·land \ˈrēvˌland\
variants: less commonly



Definition of reeveland

  1. :  land having reverted to the king and not being granted to tenants but placed in charge of a reeve

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Origin and Etymology of reeveland

Old English gerēfland, from gerēfa reeve + land — more at land

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