Vavassor


Vavassor
nm homme pourvu d'un arrière fief - anc. fr.

Glossaire des noms topographiques en France . 2013.

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  • Vavassor — (Med. Latin valvassor, vasvassor; French vavassour, oavassor, vasseur, c.), in its most general sense a mediate vassal, i.e. one holding a fief under a vassal. The word was, however, applied at various times to the most diverse ranks in the… …   Wikipedia

  • vavassor — Vavasor Vav a*sor, n. [OE. vavasour, OF. vavassor, vavassour, F. vavasseur, LL. vavassor, probably contr. from vassus vassorum vassal of the vassals. See {Vassal}.] (Feud. Law) The vassal or tenant of a baron; one who held under a baron, and who… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vavassor — sb. == a subtenant of a fief, or tenant paravail, who held of a mesne lord. Alys. 3827. Ducange derives it from vassus vassorum …   Oldest English Words

  • vavassor — vav·as·sor …   English syllables

  • vavassor — noun see vavasor …   Useful english dictionary

  • VAVASSOR vel VALVASOR — VAVASSOR, vel VALVASOR vox medii aevi, idem cum Vassô notans, unde nomen. Eorum constituit duos ordines Conradus Imperator, in L. Longob. l. 3. tit. 8. §. 4. Maiorum scil. et Minorum. Sub Maiorum appellatione complectitur, quos Barones alii… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Vavasour — A vavasour, (also vavasor, Old French vavassor, vavassour, French vavasseur, LL. vavassor, probably from vassus vassorum vassal of the vassals ) is a term in Feudal law. A vavasour was the vassal or tenant of a baron, one who held their tenancy… …   Wikipedia

  • Vavasseur — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Vavasseur (homonymie). Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Vavasseur », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Le vavasseur ou vavassal du latin médiéval vassus vassorum (vassal des vassaux) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • valvasor — Vavasor Vav a*sor, n. [OE. vavasour, OF. vavassor, vavassour, F. vavasseur, LL. vavassor, probably contr. from vassus vassorum vassal of the vassals. See {Vassal}.] (Feud. Law) The vassal or tenant of a baron; one who held under a baron, and who… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Vavasor — Vav a*sor, n. [OE. vavasour, OF. vavassor, vavassour, F. vavasseur, LL. vavassor, probably contr. from vassus vassorum vassal of the vassals. See {Vassal}.] (Feud. Law) The vassal or tenant of a baron; one who held under a baron, and who also had …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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