Definition of Messuage. Meaning of Messuage. Synonyms of Messuage

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Definition of Messuage

Messuage
Messuage Mes"suage (?; 48), n. [Cf. OF. mesuage, masnage, LL. messuagium, mansionaticum, fr. L. mansio, -onis, a staying, remaining, dwelling, fr. manere, mansum, to stay, remain, E. mansion, manse.] (Law) A dwelling house, with the adjacent buildings and curtilage, and the adjoining lands appropriated to the use of the household. --Cowell. Bouvier. They wedded her to sixty thousand pounds, To lands in Kent, and messuages in York. --Tennyson.

Meaning of Messuage from wikipedia

- that historically (especially in England) may or may not include the "messuage", that would be the prin****l dwelling, and might include an orchard, any...
- Town of Huai'an. The residence consists of two messuages. That is the East Messuage and the West Messuage. There are 32 rooms in the house. In some there...
- permanent property such as land or rents. It may be found combined as in "Messuage or Tenement" to encomp**** all the land, buildings and other ****ets of a...
- enclosed within the general fence immediately surrounding a prin****l messuage and outbuildings, and yard closely adjoining to a dwelling-house, but it...
- he named Richard. He had a brother, Robert, whom Henry VIII granted a messuage in Bucklersbury on 24 February 1539, and who died in 1557. Little is known...
- John and Mary Shakespeare to Robert Webbe, for £4, of their share in two messuages in Snitterfield". Shakespeare Do****ented. "Parish register entry recording...
- both the castle and the capital messuage. The do****ent makes it clear that these were on different sites; the messuage is now thought to have been on or...
- Brunesho End Broomshawbury. Grants Robert Taper, and his wife Millicent, a messuage in Hatfield Regis, and via a separate grant 5.5 acres (22,000 m2) of arable...
- of Alfred Street and Blue Boar Street, which in total amounted to one messuage (a dwelling house with outbuildings) and four "seldis" (booths or shops)...
- "Brazen Head" on Bridge street is first recorded in 1613, described as a messuage—a plot of land for a house or a "residential building taken together with...