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  • Bordar — One who holds land of his *lord in return for menial work; a low ranking *villein; generously, a smallholder. He might have had five acres but would not have been able to supply even one ox to a ploughteam. In *DB the bordar was referred to by… …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Bordar — Bord ar, n. [LL. bordarius, fr. borda a cottage; of uncertain origin.] A villein who rendered menial service for his cottage; a cottier. [1913 Webster] The cottar, the bordar, and the laborer were bound to aid in the work of the home farm. J. R.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Princes Risborough — Coordinates: 51°43′26″N 0°50′04″W / 51.723978°N 0.834418°W / 51.723978; 0.834418 …   Wikipedia

  • БОРДАРИИ — (позднелат. ед. ч. bordarius, от borda изба) категория феодально зависимого крестьянства в Англии 11 12 вв. В Книге страшного суда Б. упоминаются как один из осн. разрядов сельского населения наряду с вилланами (см. Вилланство) и коттерами;… …   Советская историческая энциклопедия

  • Bordell, das — Das Bordêll, des es, plur. die e, ein Haus, in welchem unzüchtige Weibspersonen zur Sättigung der Begierden anderer gehalten werden; aus dem Französ. Bordel, und dem mittlern Lateine Bordellum, Bordellus, welches ehedem ein jedes kleines Haus,… …   Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der Hochdeutschen Mundart

  • bordar — ˈbȯrdər noun ( s) Etymology: Medieval Latin bordarius, from borda hut, cabin (from Old French borde) + Latin arius ary : a feudal tenant holding a cottage and usually a few acres of land at the will of his lord and bound to menial service …   Useful english dictionary

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