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land-ár

  • noun [ feminine ]
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land-ár, e; f.
Property in land, landed estate
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  • Of Seint Petres land-áre

    in territorio Sancti Petri,

      Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iv. 242, 16.
  • Hé him ða landáre forgeaf ðe hé ðæt mynster on getimbrade

    quo concedente et possessionem terræ largiente, ipsum monasterium fecerat,

      Bd. 4, 18; S. 586, 35.
  • Wilniende ðætte heó him funden swylce londáre swylce hé mid árum on beón mehte

    desiring that they should provide him such an estate as he might reside on with dignity,

      Chart. Th. 47, 21.
  • Ðæt land æt Boccinge intó Cristes cyrcean, and his óðre landáre intó óðran hálgan stówan,

      540, 26.
  • Nimap ðis gold and bicgaþ eów landáre,

      Homl. Th. i. 64, 12.
  • Ða ðe landáre hæfdon hí hit beceápodon,

      316, 10: ii. 224, 5.
  • Ic wille ðæt se cyng beó hláford ðæs mynstres ðe ic getimbrede, and ðære landára ðe is ðyderinn becweden hæbbe,

      Chart. Th. 547, 31.
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  • land-ár, n.