Origin of manor
OTHER WORDS FROM manorma·no·ri·al [muh-nawr-ee-uhl, -nohr-], /məˈnɔr i əl, -ˈnoʊr-/, adjectivein·ter·ma·no·ri·al, adjectivesub·man·or, noun
How to use manor in a sentence
As early as 1717, when records show there were 15 enslaved people on the property, they built a manor house on the Newtowne plantation and in 1789 replaced it with the stately brick house that stands near the church today.Former Jesuit plantation may hold quarters of the enslaved|Michael Ruane|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
He had all manorial rights except pleas of the Crown, and the freedom of all markets in Ireland for himself and his tenants.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell
A woman, with a bird upon her wrist, stands amidst a great abundance of grape-vines in the garden of a manorial house.The Illustrated Key to the Tarot|L. W. de Laurence
Both were ruled, as far as they were ruled, by the remnants of old manorial institutions.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
It will embrace also both the German and the Roman sources of serfdom and of the manorial system of land management.
On his appointment he must make himself acquainted with the condition of the manorial ploughs and plough teams.