noun so·cage \ˈsä-kij, ˈsō-\
variants: or less commonly


play \ˈsä-\

Definition of socage

  1. :  a tenure of land by agricultural service fixed in amount and kind or by payment of money rent only and not burdened with any military service


play \-ki-jər\ noun

Origin and Etymology of socage

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from soc soke

First Known Use: 14th century

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