Definition of Mediety. Meaning of Mediety. Synonyms of Mediety

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Definition of Mediety

Mediety
Mediety Me*di"e*ty, n. [L. medietas.] The middle part; half; moiety. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne.

Meaning of Mediety from wikipedia

- mean, media, medial, median, mediant, mediation, mediator, mediatrix, mediety, medieval, mediocre, mediocrity, medium, meridian, mezzanine, postmeridian...
- High Legh and Twemlow, patron of the benefice of High Legh and of the 1st mediety of Lymm. Leigh was educated at Eton College.Leigh married Lydia Rachel...
- 1544, (until deprived under Mary I in 1554). He was rector of Ermington mediety 1545-1554, of Widdicombe (or Withycombe) 1549-1560 and of Newton Ferrers...
- shillings. Anciently it was a double rectory, and also a vicarage of medieties, but on the 3rd of the nones of May, 1227, Walter de Grey, Archbishop...
- with the lordship of the manor of High Legh and the advowson of the 1st mediety of Lymm, as well as various other family estates in Cheshire. Educated...
- and in the 56th year, he confirmed the cost.The early Rectors of Carrow Mediety, presented by the Prioresses of Carrow, were Robert de Cokethorp (1306)...
- small village, Upton was formerly considered the metropolis of the lower mediety of Wirral, and had two annual fairs of considerable importance, and also...
- Blithfield, Staffordshire, and on 2 January 1752 he was instituted to the lower mediety of Malpas, Cheshire, where he thenceforth resided. In 1758, when he received...
- Until 13 June 1776 the living for North and South Stoke had been held as a mediety—tithe, glebe, rent and profit income shared equally between the two churches—after...
- taking holy orders he was a frequent preacher in Oxford and was rector of a mediety of Patshall, Staffordshire, from 7 February 1626 till 1628. In 1632 or...
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