Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Anglo-Saxon law, the rightful peace of the whole people. Men having a controversy with each other were not allowed to settle it by violence without first obtaining leave of the people on showing sufficient cause. To fight without leave was a breach of the folk-frith.
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