Brennage Bren"nage, n. [OF. brenage; cf. LL. brennagium, brenagium. See {Bran}.] (Old Eng. Law) A tribute which tenants paid to their lord, in lieu of bran, which they were obliged to furnish for his hounds. [1913 Webster]

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  • Brennage — In medieval types, brennage was a payment paid by tenants to a feudal lord in place of bran, for the lord s hounds …   Wikipedia

  • brennage — noun /ˈbrɛnɨdʒ/ a payment in medieval times by a tenant to a feudal lord in place of bran, for the lords hounds …   Wiktionary

  • brennage — A kind of land tenure by the service of furnishing bran for the lord s hounds …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • brennage — …   Useful english dictionary

  • brenagium — Same as brennage …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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