Thus the kings in granting a duchy or countship as an apanage to their brothers or sons used the phrase in comitatum et baroniam.
These islands, which lie at a little distance south of Japan, had for centuries been regarded as an apanage of the Satsuma fief.
Khazaria became the apanage of his eldest son, and the centre of government amongst the eastern subjects of the Hun .
His ill-gotten kingdom became 317 an apanage of the Mongol Empire.
Pause of an awful nature:—but Fleury does not hasten with the apanage, as promised.
Thenceforward it was held as an apanage of the French crown, usually by a member of the royal family closely related to the king.
Meanwhile he had his own apanage, "Landgraf" by rank he too; and had troubles enough with that of itself.
c.1600, from French apanage (13c.), from apaner "to endow with means of subsistence," from Medieval Latin appanare "equip with bread," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + panis "bread" (see food). Originally, provisions made for younger children of royalty. The double -p- restored in French 15c.-16c., in English 17c.