from The Century Dictionary.
- noun ; pl. hundredmen (-men). Same as
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The hundredman pressed a gauntleted hand to his heart in salute but left all talking to Bornhald.
As tall as the hundredman, Byar was a long-faced man with dark, deep-set eyes.
The hundredman sounded only a little disappointed.
There was a chief magistrate for the hundred, known originally as the hundredman, but after the
3. They also say that if a man refuses to give his allod to a bishop, abbot or count, or to a judex or hundredman, these seek opportunities whereby they can harm that poor man and make him go on every occasion to the army, until he is impoverished and hands over or sells his allod, like it or not, while others, who have handed theirs over, stay at home without any trouble.
"The thick-bodied hundredman heeled his horse closer, and Bornhald nodded toward the Tuatha'an caravan.