Definition of Husbandman. Meaning of Husbandman. Synonyms of Husbandman

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Definition of Husbandman

Husbandman
Husbandman Hus"band*man, n.; pl. Husbandmen. 1. The master of a family. [Obs.] --Chaucer. 2. A farmer; a cultivator or tiller of the ground.

Meaning of Husbandman from wikipedia

- A husbandman in England in the Middle Ages and the early modern period was a free tenant farmer, or a small landowner. The social status of a husbandman...
- / Landed gentry Franklin / yeoman / Retinue / Vavasour Free tenant / Husbandman Serf / Villein / Bordar / Cottar Domestic servant Vagabond Slave v t e...
- Yi (Chinese: 益, Yì; fl. 2nd millennium BCE) was a tribal leader of Longshan culture and a culture hero in Chinese mythology who helped Shun and Yu the...
- / Landed gentry Franklin / yeoman / Retinue / Vavasour Free tenant / Husbandman Serf / Villein / Bordar / Cottar Domestic servant Vagabond Slave v t e...
- directed against them, and thus that they are the husbandmen. The term husbandman is translated as tenant or farmer in the New International Version and...
- / Landed gentry Franklin / yeoman / Retinue / Vavasour Free tenant / Husbandman Serf / Villein / Bordar / Cottar Domestic servant Vagabond Slave v t e...
- / Landed gentry Franklin / yeoman / Retinue / Vavasour Free tenant / Husbandman Serf / Villein / Bordar / Cottar Domestic servant Vagabond Slave v t e...
- in social status is one step down from the gentry, but above, say, a husbandman. So while yeoman farmers owned enough land to support a comfortable lifestyle...
- social status is one step down from the Landed gentry, but above, say, a husbandman". Often it was hard to distinguish minor landed gentry from the wealthier...
- The Fox, the Wolf and the Husbandman is a poem by the 15th-century Scottish poet Robert Henryson and part of his collection of moral fables known as the...