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A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).

*Infeodatrix, n. [f. as med. L. infeodator one who grants enfeoffment, with fem. ending as in Executrix, Heretrix, etc.] Conjunct infeodatrix, female joint feudatory or holder of a feoff: = conjunct fear, Conjunct a. 1 b, Feodatrice n. 1534 Dunferm. Reg. Ct. 114.
The quhilkis [lands] ar now in the handis of my lord Archbiscop. . be the deces of wmquhill Gelis Tod relict of the said wmquhill James Giffert conjunct infeodatrix of the samyn

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