feodary

[ fyoo-duh-ree ]
/ ˈfyu də ri /

noun, plural feo·da·ries.

a feudal vassal.
Obsolete. a confederate or accomplice.

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Origin of feodary

1350–1400; Middle English feodarie < Medieval Latin feodārius. See feud2, -ary
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