Origin of manor
Related formsma·no·ri·al [muh-nawr-ee-uh l, -nohr-] /məˈnɔr i əl, -ˈnoʊr-/, adjectivein·ter·ma·no·ri·al, adjectivesub·man·or, noun
Examples from the Web for manorial
The subtenants of the manorial estates and great farms (corresponding to the class of ‘free tenants’ in the old Feudalism).War of the Classes|Jack London
And we find the rolls appealed to constantly in the course of manorial litigation.
What were the halimots389 whose proceedings are recorded in the usual way on its manorial rolls?
In this respect the manorial element comes strongly to the fore.
The fact is well known to all those who have had anything to do with manorial records.