from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Anglo-Saxon history, the tax or tribute paid to the Danes; the Danegeld.
  • n. In old Scots law, a fine payable on certain conditions to a superior on the death of his tenant, generally consisting of the best horse, ox, or cow: correlative to the English heriot. Also hereyeld.


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