Drengage
Drengage \Dren"gage\, n. (O. Eng. Law) The tenure by which a drench held land. [Obs.] --Burrill. [1913 Webster]

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  • drengage — dren·gage …   English syllables

  • drengage — /drerj(g)sj/ The tenure by which the drenches, or drenges, held their lands. A variety of feudal tenure by serjeanty (q.v.), often occurring in the northern counties of England, involving a kind of general service …   Black's law dictionary

  • drengage — /drerj(g)sj/ The tenure by which the drenches, or drenges, held their lands. A variety of feudal tenure by serjeanty (q.v.), often occurring in the northern counties of England, involving a kind of general service …   Black's law dictionary

  • drengage — The land tenure of a dreng …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • drengage — ˈdreŋ(g)ij noun ( s) Etymology: Medieval Latin drengagium, from Middle English dreng + Medieval Latin agium age (from Old French age) old English law …   Useful english dictionary

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