allodial

or a·lo·di·al

[uh-loh-dee-uh l]

Origin of allodial

1650–60; < Medieval Latin allodiālis, equivalent to allōdi(um) allodium + -ālis -al1
Related formsal·lo·di·al·i·ty, nounal·lo·di·al·ly, adverb

alodium

[uh-loh-dee-uh m]
noun, plural a·lo·di·a [uh-loh-dee-uh] /əˈloʊ di ə/.
  1. allodium.
Also called al·od [al-od, -uh d] /ˈæl ɒd, -əd/.
Related formsa·lo·di·al, adjectivea·lo·di·al·i·ty, nouna·lo·di·al·ly, adverb
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alodium

noun plural -dia (-dɪə)
  1. a variant spelling of allodium
Derived Formsalodial, adjective

allodial

adjective
  1. (of land) held as an allodium
  2. (of tenure) characterized by or relating to the system of holding land in absolute ownershipthe allodial system
  3. (of people) holding an allodium
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