land owned absolutely; land owned and not subject to any rent, service, or other tenurial right of an overlord.
The allod or domain of the family was the joint-property of the father and his sons.
Ancient Law Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
noun (pl) -lodia (-ˈləʊdɪə), -lods
(history) lands held in absolute ownership, free from such obligations as rent or services due to an overlord Also alodium
free from the tenurial rights of a feudal overlord. Historical Examples This might have been done by converting the holdings of the men-at-arms into allodial estates, held direct from the Crown. Landholding In England Joseph Fisher The right to lands is allodial, but is inherent in the Government. Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, from […]
noun a fear of other people’s opinions Word Origin allo- ‘other’ doxa- ‘opinion’
allodynia allodynia al·lo·dyn·i·a (āl’ō-dĭn’ē-ə) n. Pain that results from a non-injurious stimulus to the skin.
alloerotism alloerotism al·lo·er·o·tism (āl’ō-ěr’ə-tĭz’əm) or al·lo·e·rot·i·cism (āl’ō-ĭ-rŏt’ĭ-sĭz’əm) n. Sexual attraction toward another person. Also called heteroerotism.