Definition of Liegeman. Meaning of Liegeman. Synonyms of Liegeman

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Definition of Liegeman

Liegeman
Liegeman Liege"man (-man), n.; pl. Liegemen (-men). Same as Liege, n., 2. --Chaucer. Spenser.

Meaning of Liegeman from wikipedia

- A v****al is a person regarded as having a mutual obligation to a lord or monarch, in the context of the feudal system in medieval Europe. The obligations...
- Holy Roman Empire. It was sworn between two people, the feudal subject or liegeman (v****al) and his feudal superior (liege lord). The oath of allegiance was...
- election of Senators. While in Boston, Coolidge became an ally, and then a liegeman, of then US Senator Winthrop Murray Crane who controlled the western faction...
- a nobleman in the Middle Ages in German-speaking countries, who, as a liegeman was obliged to render service, goods in kind and loyalty to another nobleman...
- Duke of Landok while Palamedes becomes Duke of Provence. Segwarides is a liegeman of King Mark who is cuckolded by Tristan in the Prose Tristan and Thomas...
- courage. These same virtues were demanded of the male supplicant. Like the liegeman vis-a-vis his sovereign, the male approached his lady with fear and respect...
- 3, 1664, 60). Falstaff "My own knee? ... and swore the devil his true liegeman upon the cross of a Welsh hook,—What, a plague, call you him?", (Shakespeare...
- 1160, when Count Baudouin IV of Hainaut, bought some territory from his liegeman, Gilles de Trazegnies. A few years later, Baldwin built the Burbant Tower...
- founded in 1140 by Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut by buying territory from his liegeman, Gilles de Trazegnies. The city experienced considerable expansion in the...
- possible Benedictine monks founded 1162-5, site granted by Dermot O'Ryan, liegeman of Dermot Mac Murrough, King of Leinster, to Felix O Dulany, Abbot of Ossory...
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