Definition of Roture. Meaning of Roture. Synonyms of Roture

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Definition of Roture

Roture
Roture Ro`ture, n. [F.] 1. The condition of being a roturier. 2. (Fr. & Canadian Law) A feudal tenure of lands by one who has no privileges of nobility, but is permitted to discharge all his obligations to his feudal lord or superior by a payment of rent in money or kind and without rendering any personal services.

Meaning of Roture from wikipedia

- Immediately below the level of free socage was that of the villeinage (roture). Throughout New France, several thousand estates in villeinage were developed...
- the commoner, the family was said to "fall into commonalty" (tomber en roture). As the French economy underwent drastic changes after the Middle Ages...
- in two distinct forms—either free socage (seigneurie) or villein socage (roture). Free socage was considered 'noble' (but the owner did not have to be a...
- secretary Carl Wilhelm Seele was her lover: Seele was called l'Adonis de la Roture and known for changing clothes three or four times a day to "coming, going...
- Saint-Gengoux-le-National, Louis Dubost, 1974. La Maison dans le doigt, dans Cahiers de Roture, n° 4, Liège, 1974. Poulpes, papiers, Paris, Commune Mesure, 1975. Rue obscure...
- island then called Grandmesnil island and was thus designated as "terre à roture" (earth commoners). But Véron de Grandmesnil died shortly after and the...
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