free from the tenurial rights of a feudal overlord.
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 1789 to 1856 (4 of 16 vol.) Various
allodial tenures were abolished, and the Jarls were required to become his vassals.
The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) John Fiske.
It was not the change from allodial to feudal so much as from confusion to order.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 5 Various
The emperor pardoned him and permitted him to retain his allodial property on condition of his leaving Germany for three years.
Secret Societies of the Middle Ages Thomas Keightley
The primitive German or allodial property is strictly reserved to the kindred.
Ancient Law Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
Some of our historians gravely traced it back to Moses, in whose laws they found the origin of allodial lands.
History of Civilization in England, Vol. 2 of 3 Henry Thomas Buckle
(of land) held as an allodium
(of tenure) characterized by or relating to the system of holding land in absolute ownership: the allodial system
(of people) holding an allodium
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.
cross-fertilization in plants (opposed to ). noun cross-fertilization in flowering plants allogamy (ə-lŏg’ə-mē) See cross-fertilization.