from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A quantity of corn formerly given yearly to the lord of the manor for every ox worked in the plow on lands within his jurisdiction. Cotgrave, under droict.


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  • But Odin, now that he had regained the emblems of godhead, shone over all parts of the world with such a lustre of renown that all nations welcomed him as though he were light restored to the universe; nor was any spot to be found on the earth which did not hornage to his might.

    The Danish History, Books I-IX


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