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We must start with this that soke, socna, soca, is the Anglo-Saxon scn and has for its primary meaning a seeking.
It was out of the question that he should be guilty of such barbarisms as saca et soca.
The text says that he must lie at his lords fold; but probably it refers to the soca faldae.
Fragments of a sodalite-syenite have also been found at Soca in the same neighbourhood.
These lands are specially distinguished from 'sokeland' (terra de soca).