sokemanry

noun
soke·​man·​ry | \-rē\
plural -es

Definition of sokemanry 

1 : tenure of land subject to the soke of another — compare socage

2a : the quality or state of being a sokeman

b : sokemen

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History and Etymology for sokemanry

Anglo-French sokemanerie, from Medieval Latin sokemannus sokeman + Anglo-French -erie -ry

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