Definition of Bordland. Meaning of Bordland. Synonyms of Bordland

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Definition of Bordland

Bordland
Bordland Bord"land`, n. [Bordar (or perh. bord a board) + land.] (O. Eng. Law) Either land held by a bordar, or the land which a lord kept for the maintenance of his board, or table. --Spelman.

Meaning of Bordland from wikipedia

- RCAHMS record for Bordlands Estate RCAHMS record for Fort, Bordlands Rings, Bordlands Hill Historic Environment Scotland. "Bordlands Rings (hill fort)...
- at Borland stood near the Sandy Ford over the Glazert Water. The names Bordland, Boreland, Borland, Laigh Borland, Low Borland and Nether Borland have...
- Bennetland Berrylands Biglands Blackland Blakelands Blisland Bowland Bordlands Boreland Boyland Brackenlands Braehoulland Bridgelands Broadlands Brockhollands...
- particular prevalence in Dumfries and Galloway. The term is from the Scots "bordland" meaning "table-land" or "land which directly supplies the laird’s table"...
- apportioned lands near their castles for their servants. The Borland or Bordland also meant the land that was granted to the feudal superior specifically...
- Bonchester Bridge Bonjedward Bonkyl Kirk Boon Farm Borders Abbeys Way Bordlands Borthwick Water Bothwell Water Bow Castle Broch Bowden Bowerhope Bowhill...
- Cunninghame of Aiket; William Cunninghame of Aiket; Patrick Cunninghame of Bordland; Abraham Cunninghame (**** son of Alexander of Clonbeith); John Reyburn...
- were accused of the murder of Sir John Muir of Caldwell on the lands of Bordland in 1570, but were acquitted. Alexander was involved in the murder of Hugh...
- apportioned lands near their castles for their servants. The Borland or Bordland also meant the land that was specifically used to furnish food for a castle...
- From Ir. Mag Eachaidh, an Ulster variant of Mag Eochadha. M'Gachie in Bordland, 1684. Neil M'Gechie in Portadow, Kilchenzie parish, 1686 (Argyll). Robert...
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