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land-seten

  • noun [ feminine ]
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land-seten, e; f.
Land in possession or occupation, an estate
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  • Ðis his sió landseten æt Stántúne ðe Cénwold hæfde [then follow the boundaries],

      Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 403, 24. [cf. ii. 143 where it is said '
    Æþelwulf suo fideli ministro nomine Cenwold jure hereditario possidendam condonavit terram in loco ubi a ruricolis Stantun nominatur.' And 144, 'Territoria istius agelli his terminibus circumdata esse videntur.'
occupation of land
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  • Gebyreþ ðæt him man tó landsetene sylle ii oxan and i cú and vi sceáp

    moris est ut ad terram assidendam dentur ei ii boves, et i vacca, et vi oves,

      L. R. S. 4; Th. i. 434, 23.
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  • land-seten, n.