from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
- noun In heraldry the doubling or turning over of a mantle or mantlet, or of the ribbon on which the motto is written. In the former sense also called
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- noun (O.Eng.Law.) See
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- noun Alternative form of
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All rights of pasture, shack, and foldage were to be extinguished on all lands in the village.
Wymondham impleads William de Calthorp for interfering with his foldage at Burnham; Calthorp replying that the Prior had no right to foldage, and that he (Calthorp) had the right to pull the fold down.
Bunwell, Berryhall, in Eltingham, a manor in Bichamwell, and Cawston's manor in Cornard Parva, with the lands, commonages, and foldage aforesaid.