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Definition of Odal

Odal
Odal O"dal, n. [Cf. Icel. [=e]?al, Dan. odel allodial, Sw. odal.] (Law) Among the early and medieval Teutonic peoples, esp. Scandinavians, the heritable land held by the various odalmen constituting a family or kindred of freeborn tribesmen; also, the ownership of such land. The odal was subject only to certain rights of the family or kindred in restricting the freedom of transfer or sale and giving certain rights of redemption in case of change of ownership by inheritance, etc., and perhaps to other rights of the kindred or the tribe. Survivals of the early odal estates and tenure exist in Orkney and Shetland, where it is usually called by the variant form udal.
Odal
Odal O"dal, a. (Law) Noting, or pert. to, odal land or ownership.

Meaning of Odal from wikipedia

- changes. The odal rune is such a case: the o sound in the Anglo-Saxon system is now expressed by ōs ᚩ, a derivation of the old Ansuz rune; the odal rune is...
- Odal (oþal, Anglo-Saxon éðel, German uodal-, adel) is a Germanic word which relates to property, heritability or nobility. It can refer to the following:...
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