Metecorn
Metecorn Mete"corn`, n. A quantity of corn formerly given by the lord to his customary tenants, as an encouragement to, or reward for, labor and faithful service. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • metecorn — n ( es/ ) allowance of corn to dependants …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • metecorn — A measure or portion of corn, given by a lord to customary tenants as a reward and encouragement for labor …   Black's law dictionary

  • metecorn — A measure or portion of corn, given by a lord to customary tenants as a reward and encouragement for labor …   Black's law dictionary

  • metecorn — Corn paid out for labor …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • metecorn — …   Useful english dictionary

  • metbord — metbord, buird, metch(e, metcorn see meat board, match, metecorn …   Useful english dictionary

  • metch — metbord, buird, metch(e, metcorn see meat board, match, metecorn …   Useful english dictionary

  • metche — metbord, buird, metch(e, metcorn see meat board, match, metecorn …   Useful english dictionary

  • metcorn — metbord, buird, metch(e, metcorn see meat board, match, metecorn …   Useful english dictionary

  • metisupe — metisupe, metkorn see meteship, metecorn …   Useful english dictionary

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