feoff


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feoff

(fiːf) medieval history
n
(Historical Terms) a variant spelling of fief
vb
(Historical Terms) (tr) to invest with a benefice or fief
[C13: from Anglo-French feoffer, from feoff a fief]
ˈfeoffor, ˈfeoffer n

feoff

(fɛf, fif)

v.t.
to invest with a fief or fee; enfeoff.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Anglo-French, Old French derivative of fief]
feof′for, feoff′er, n.

feoff

fief.
See also: Property and Ownership

feoff


Past participle: feoffed
Gerund: feoffing

Imperative
feoff
feoff
Present
I feoff
you feoff
he/she/it feoffs
we feoff
you feoff
they feoff
Preterite
I feoffed
you feoffed
he/she/it feoffed
we feoffed
you feoffed
they feoffed
Present Continuous
I am feoffing
you are feoffing
he/she/it is feoffing
we are feoffing
you are feoffing
they are feoffing
Present Perfect
I have feoffed
you have feoffed
he/she/it has feoffed
we have feoffed
you have feoffed
they have feoffed
Past Continuous
I was feoffing
you were feoffing
he/she/it was feoffing
we were feoffing
you were feoffing
they were feoffing
Past Perfect
I had feoffed
you had feoffed
he/she/it had feoffed
we had feoffed
you had feoffed
they had feoffed
Future
I will feoff
you will feoff
he/she/it will feoff
we will feoff
you will feoff
they will feoff
Future Perfect
I will have feoffed
you will have feoffed
he/she/it will have feoffed
we will have feoffed
you will have feoffed
they will have feoffed
Future Continuous
I will be feoffing
you will be feoffing
he/she/it will be feoffing
we will be feoffing
you will be feoffing
they will be feoffing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been feoffing
you have been feoffing
he/she/it has been feoffing
we have been feoffing
you have been feoffing
they have been feoffing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been feoffing
you will have been feoffing
he/she/it will have been feoffing
we will have been feoffing
you will have been feoffing
they will have been feoffing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been feoffing
you had been feoffing
he/she/it had been feoffing
we had been feoffing
you had been feoffing
they had been feoffing
Conditional
I would feoff
you would feoff
he/she/it would feoff
we would feoff
you would feoff
they would feoff
Past Conditional
I would have feoffed
you would have feoffed
he/she/it would have feoffed
we would have feoffed
you would have feoffed
they would have feoffed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.feoff - a piece of land held under the feudal system
acres, demesne, landed estate, estate, land - extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use; "the family owned a large estate on Long Island"
Translations

feoff

n (old, form, = land) → Lehen nt