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infeudation

/ (ˌɪnfjʊˈdeɪʃən) /
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noun
(in feudal society)
  1. the act of putting a vassal in possession of a fief
  2. the deed conferring such possession
  3. the consequent relationship of lord and vassal
the granting of tithes to laymen
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