Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|an allowance due to a woman from her divorced husband.
|having an ALIMONY.
|the legal right of a belligerent to seize, use, or destroy the property of a neutral, provided that full compensation is made.
|having the right or privilege of being admitted to bail, upon bond with sureties.
|a right, privilege, or possession to which a person is entitled by birth.
|the division of the produce of land, the right of the feudal lord
|an allowance given on buying certain goods wholesale, of 2lb in every 3cwt, after TARE and TRET have been deducted.
|the right of pasturing on a common.
|the sole right to reproduce a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work; (verb) to secure the copyright of.
|able to be copyrighted.
|a feudal service, being a form of rent fixed by the number of horned cattle.
|an allowance; a pension; originally the right of the lord to claim free lodging from the vassal.
|labor exacted in lieu of taxes by public authorities especially for highway construction or repair.
|the ancient right of an Irish chiefain to quarter himself on his tenants. [Irish coisir, feast].
|the right of a lord to entertainment from his tenant.
|the lifetime right of a husband to a deceased wife's property.
|to deprive of the right of common.
|a legal right.
|the right to use something (especially land) not one's own or to prevent its owner from making an inconvenient use of it.
|a common right to collect firewood.
|the right of the lord of a manor to graze a tenant's sheep in folds on his land, in order to manure it.
|a right of common.
|the vassal's obligation of loyalty to his feudal lord.
|the execution of a condition, obligation, feudal service, etc.
|goods lost by shipwreck and found floating on the sea.
|the right to vote; (verb) to grant a franchise to.
|a system of sureties under Old English law by which each adult member of a tithing was held responsible for the good conduct of the others.
|incapable of being withdrawn, surrendered, or transferred > INALIENABLY.
|the right of taking and fining a thief within the boundaries of one's own jurisdiction > INFANGTHIEFS. Cf. OUTFANGTHIEF.
|the same, or equal, in law or right.
|having equal rights or privileges.
|equality of people before the law.
|by right or law.
|pertaining to natural or positive right > JURALLY.
|a law or legal right > JURA.
|the right of demanding a duty or toll for a ship entering a port.
|a right to keep possession of property belonging to another person until a debt due by that person is discharged.
|that can be subjected to LIEN.
|the right of a feudal lord to arrange marriages of vassals.
|a fine paid to a lord for the marriage of a daughter.
|the substitution of a new obligation for an existing one.
|to substitute a new obligation for an existing one.
|in Scots law, a charter or single document containing a clause by which certain rights, privileges etc. are granted anew; the clause itself > NOVODAMUSES.
|in Scots law, one who binds himself or herself to another to pay or perform something.
|the right of judging and fining thieves pursued and brought back from outside one's own jurisdiction > OUTFANGTHIEVES. [Note: INFANGTHIEFS but OUTFANGTHIEVES].
|exemption from duty in turn when otherwise employed.
|alimony demanded by one partner when the pair have been cohabiting.
|the right to pasture swine.
|pertaining to one's native land; (noun) one with a legal right to enter and stay in the UK.
|to make PATRIAL, one with a legal right to enter and stay in the UK.
|the condition of being a PATRIAL.
|fishing rights; fishery.
|the right by which persons and property seized in war are restored to former status on recovery. The pl. of POSTLIMINIUM is POSTLIMINIA.
|a legal obligation entered into before a magistrate to do, or not to do, some particular act.
|in Scots law, service to be rendered or money to be paid by a vassal > REDDENDOS.
|the right of holding a local court.
|an ancient Irish exaction of free accommodation by a lord of a tenant.
|the right of erecting a stall in fairs; rent paid for a stall.
|the right of voting, franchise.
|the weight of a vessel, wrapping or container, which subtracted from the gross weight gives the net weight; an allowance made for this; (verb) to allow for this.
|(Hist.) an allowance to purchasers of 4lb on every 104 lb for waste.
|the right to take peat from another's ground.
|a person who has the USUFRUCT of something.
|the legal right of using and enjoying the fruits or profits of something belonging to another; (verb) to exercise this right.
|in forest law, every green plant having leaves that may serve as a cover for deer; the right to cut this; (verb) (coll.) to become a convert.
|permission to pass over another's ground.