[ uh-loh-dee-uhm ]
/ əˈloʊ di əm /
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noun, plural a·lo·di·a [uh-loh-dee-uh]. /əˈloʊ di ə/.



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Also called al·od [al-od, -uhd]. /ˈæl ɒd, -əd/.
a·lo·di·al, adjectivea·lo·di·al·i·ty, nouna·lo·di·al·ly, adverb
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  • A yet more interesting and equally foreign word is not unfrequently used, namely, alodium.

    Domesday Book and Beyond|Frederic William Maitland
  • The suggestion has been made that alodium represents book-land; see Pollock, Land Laws, ed.

    Domesday Book and Beyond|Frederic William Maitland

British Dictionary definitions for alodium

/ (əˈləʊdɪəm) /

noun plural -dia (-dɪə)

a variant spelling of allodium
alodial, adjective
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