- Lit. 'in line'. Joint tenure of an estate through inheritance; or, tenure between *parceners. This form of tenure ensured an estate's unity, the senior partner being responsible for all estate obligations. The English form is 'parage'.
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Parage — Lineage or descent, particularly noble birth. Parage was the English form. Cf. In paragio … Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases
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