noun, plural soc·men.
Examples from the Web for socman
Was John de Boneya a socman bound to attend personally, or a hundredor, a hereditary representative of the village of Stocke?
"The Socman of Minstead hath earned an evil name over the country side," he said.
The same traditional element appears in other cases in which the special position of the socman is not concerned.
It is a stepping-stone from villainage to socage, or rather to socman's tenure.
I, the Socman, am shorn of my lands that you may snivel Latin and eat bread for which you never did hand's turn.