serjeantry
Sergeantry Ser"geant*ry, n. [CF. OF. sergenteric.] See {Sergeanty}. [R.] [Written also {serjeantry}.] [1913 Webster]

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  • serjeantry — ser·jeant·ry …   English syllables

  • serjeantry — noun see sergeantry …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sergeantry — Ser geant*ry, n. [CF. OF. sergenteric.] See {Sergeanty}. [R.] [Written also {serjeantry}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sergeanty — /sahr jeuhn tee/, n. Medieval Eng. Law. serjeanty. * * * ▪ feudal law from Latin  serviens,  also spelled  sergeantry,  serjeanty , or  serjeantry        in European feudal society, a form of land tenure granted in return for the performance of a …   Universalium

  • Landers — Recorded in the spellings of Launder, Lander, Landor, Lavender, Larnder, and the patronymic Landers, this is an English surname. It is occupational and job descriptive for an official who superintended the laundry usually to a royal or noble… …   Surnames reference

  • Launder — Recorded in the spellings of Launder, Lander, Landor, Lavender, Larnder, and the patronymic Landers, this is an English surname. It is occupational and job descriptive for an official who superintended the laundry usually to a royal or noble… …   Surnames reference

  • Lardiner — This interesting name is a medieval job description for an official who superintended the supply of Pork to a Lords House or Castle, The Steward of the Larder , The history of the City of York written in 1785 but referring to a period Circa 1300… …   Surnames reference

  • Lardnar — This interesting name is a medieval job description for an official who superintended the supply of Pork to a Lords House or Castle, The Steward of the Larder , The history of the City of York written in 1785 but referring to a period Circa 1300… …   Surnames reference

  • Lerner — This interesting name is a medieval job description for an official who superintended the supply of Pork to a Lords House or Castle, The Steward of the Larder , The history of the City of York written in 1785 but referring to a period Circa 1300… …   Surnames reference

  • Lurner — This interesting name is a medieval job description for an official who superintended the supply of Pork to a Lords House or Castle, The Steward of the Larder , The history of the City of York written in 1785 but referring to a period Circa 1300… …   Surnames reference

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