Liegeman \Liege"man\ (l[=e]j"man), n.; pl. {Liegemen} (l[=e]j"men). Same as {Liege}, n., 2. --Chaucer. Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • Liegeman — A sworn vassal who has commited himself to the homage of his liege lord, generally a military and political alliance …   Medieval glossary

  • liegeman — liege•man [[t]ˈlidʒ mən, ˈliʒ [/t]] n. pl. men 1) why a vassal; subject 2) why a faithful follower • Etymology: 1300–50 …   From formal English to slang

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