verderor
noun see verderer

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Verderor — Verderer Ver der*er, Verderor Ver der*or, n. [F. verdier, LL. viridarius, fr. L. viridis green.] (Eng. Forest Law) An officer who has the charge of the king s forest, to preserve the vert and venison, keep the assizes, view, receive, and enroll… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • verderor — n. officer of the forests, overseer of forest lands (Medieval England) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • verderor — ver·der·or …   English syllables

  • verderor — or verderer /vardarar/ An officer of the king s forest, who is sworn to maintain and keep the assizes of the forest, and to view, receive, and enroll the attachments and presentments of all manner of trespasses of vert and venison in the forest …   Black's law dictionary

  • verderor — noun see verderer …   Useful english dictionary

  • Verderer — Ver der*er, Verderor Ver der*or, n. [F. verdier, LL. viridarius, fr. L. viridis green.] (Eng. Forest Law) An officer who has the charge of the king s forest, to preserve the vert and venison, keep the assizes, view, receive, and enroll… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • verderer — also verderor noun Etymology: Anglo French verder, verderer, from verd green Date: circa 1538 a onetime English judicial officer in charge of the king s forest …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • verderer — verderership, n. /verr deuhr euhr/, n. an English judicial officer in the royal forests having charge esp. of the vert, or trees and undergrowth. Also, verderor. [1535 45; < AF verderer, OF verd(i)er < L viridarius, equiv. to virid(is) green +… …   Universalium

  • verderer — or verderor /vardarar/ An officer of the king s forest, who is sworn to maintain and keep the assizes of the forest, and to view, receive, and enroll the attachments and presentments of all manner of trespasses of vert and venison in the forest …   Black's law dictionary

  • verderer — or verderor [vʉr′dər ər] n. [Anglo Fr verderer, extended < verder < OFr verdier < verd, green: see VERT1] in medieval England, a judicial officer who maintained law and order in the king s forests …   English World dictionary

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