Complete property, as opposed to feudal tenure. The transposition of the syllables of “odhal” makes it “allodh” and hence, according’ to Blackstone, arises the word “allod” or “allodial,” (q. v.) “Allodh” is thus put in contradistinction to “feeodh.” Mozley & Whitley.
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