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earldom

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/ ˈɜrl dəm /
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noun
Also called earlship. the rank or title of an earl.
the territory or jurisdiction of an earl.
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Origin of earldom

before 1150; Middle English erldom,Old English eorldōm.See earl, -dom,
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British Dictionary definitions for earldom

earldom
/ (ˈɜːldəm) /

noun
the rank, title, or dignity of an earl or countess
the lands of an earl or countess
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