Aloadae



Ephialtes and Otus, the sons of Poseidon and Iphimedia, raised by Aloeus.

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  • Alocasia

    noun any of various tropical plants of the genus Alocasia See aroid Historical Examples Edible but itchy root, grown as ornamental and wild: alocasia macrorrhiza. A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan John U. Wolff The alae replied: “It is in the leaf of the a-pe plant” (alocasia macrorrhiza). Hawaiian Folk Tales Various A new plant, modelled […]

  • Alod

    land owned absolutely; land owned and not subject to any rent, service, or other tenurial right of an overlord. . Historical Examples Still in Hampshire, where alodiaries abounded, it was not every free man holding land who had an alod. Domesday Book and Beyond Frederic William Maitland noun (pl) -lodia (-ˈləʊdɪə), -lods (history) lands held […]



  • Alodia

    . land owned absolutely; land owned and not subject to any rent, service, or other tenurial right of an overlord. Historical Examples Nunilo and alodia were the children of a Moslem father and a Christian mother. Christianity and Islam in Spain (756-1031) Charles Reginald Haines noun (pl) -lodia (-ˈləʊdɪə), -lods (history) lands held in absolute […]

  • Alodium

    . land owned absolutely; land owned and not subject to any rent, service, or other tenurial right of an overlord. Historical Examples A yet more interesting and equally foreign word is not unfrequently used, namely, alodium. Domesday Book and Beyond Frederic William Maitland The suggestion has been made that alodium represents book-land; see Pollock, Land […]



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