socman

[ sok-muhn, sohk- ]
/ ˈsɒk mən, ˈsoʊk- /

noun, plural soc·men.

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socman

sokeman (ˈsəʊkmən)

/ (ˈsɒkmən, ˈsəʊk-) /

noun plural -men

English history a tenant holding land by socage

Word Origin for socman

C16: from Anglo-Latin socmannus; see soke
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