noun, plural seigniories.
the power or authority of a seignior.
History/Historical. a lord’s domain.
noun (pl) -gniories, -gnories
less common names for a seigneury
(in England) the fee or manor of a seignior; a feudal domain
the authority of a seignior or the relationship between him and his tenants
a body of lords
adjective 1. of or relating to a seignior.
adjective 1. a Scot word for sick1
- Seiko rc-4000
A wristwatch with an EIA-232 interface. A clip fitted round the watch and made electrical contact. This clip had a socket for a stereo style jack lead the other end of which was a 25-way D-type connector. The lead allowed you to enter phone numbers etc. into the watch without having to play with tiny […]
noun 1. Silenus. noun, plural Sileni [sahy-lee-nahy] /saɪˈli naɪ/ (Show IPA), for 2. Classical Mythology. 1. a forest spirit, sometimes referred to as the oldest of the satyrs and the foster father, teacher, and companion of Dionysus: often represented as a bearded old man. 2. (lowercase) any of a group of forest spirits similar to […]